Monthly Archives: October 2012

RETURNING THE NATURAL TO NATURE

coming apart at the seams and the threads. . . returning the natural to nature as it biodegrades. . . allowing for richness of soil to nourish new seeds.

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OH, THE LEAVES! (A Halloween Poem)

Oh, the leaves! So jittery, fluttery hang still. . . cling fast to branch that forks to twigs that shrink to mere fractions of an inch don’t dangle, quite– but wait. . . in red and green and amber finery … Continue reading

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OPEN MIND, INSERT WISH

Open mind, insert wish– relax into the universe that you have transformed to a different kind– watch and wait. . . keep steady in your gait. . . and listen for the sign of when that little wish has flowered … Continue reading

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THE COACH TO SOMEWHERE

Whether a coach is drawn by horses. . . Or if it runs by pumping pistons, rubber belts awhirl. or wired with micro-gadgets to make it all complete. . . Still, where it goes, as every school-aged child knows is … Continue reading

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DISCOVER YOUR POSITION OF COMFORT

Discover your position of comfort, and you position yourself to be comfortable in your journey of discovery.

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LAUGHTER

Laughter– let yourself experience it– for it provides an instant trip to the better place you’re after.

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WITHOUT THE LIKES OF YOU AND ME

There’s many things would never be without the likes of you and me. . . And also things, that simply aren’t since, of their absence we are parent apparent. Whether that’s for better or for worse, is not for us … Continue reading

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WINTERWARD MORN

Ah! What a gorgeous winterward morn! The flame that burns brightest before the darkness. . . the darkness the darkest before the dawn.

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THE VIEW LIT BLUE AND GRAY

sky of blue, cloud and shade of gray, the shine of grassy, rainy residue on shoe. . . some trees and shrubs look bare, more still blush or remain green, while crunchy brown leaves clothe some in their autumn stuff– … Continue reading

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THE SUREST SIGN OF LIFE

Other than the heart beating in our chest or the brain sending us a thought or two, the people we can see and know and touch are the surest sign of life we’ve got.

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