Monthly Archives: March 2013

SPRING-CLEAN IN FOUR DIMENSIONS

Moving stuff in house and rooms so much to do. . . but not quite enough, all by itself. . . then it comes to drawing grids putting hours in little boxes better yet, if they have lids, to keep … Continue reading

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SPRING-CLEAN: A VETTING

OUT with dust and dirt and mold and air that’s become a bit too old inside! old things that have snuck into box or drawer, closet, wedge or crevice, cellar, attic, fridge. . . new and old mail unfiled. . … Continue reading

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THE GROUND LAID

The ground +++++laid. . . the seeds +++++dropped +++++or buried neatly ++++++++++in their slot. . . +++++and then, popped ++++++++++to sprout +++++++++++++++and take root. . . +++++stretched out ++++++++++to spread +++++++++++++++some teeny leaves. . . +++++and then, ++++++++++grown tall +++++++++++++++in … Continue reading

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TOWERING LAYERS OF SEDIMENT

Towering layers of sediment set down in waves, quite secret stayed for many an age, until some forage, or storm’s rampage lays them bare, brings bygone forms of life to light, where they can enter eyes and brains that contemplate … Continue reading

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A WHISPERED GLOW OF WARM

A whispered glow of warm in feel of this spring day seeps gently in, as if to say the summer-slowing-down is soon to come– Right now, the upward thrust of spring is yet with leaf and blossom burgeoning, building length … Continue reading

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TO CHEW OR NOT TO CHEW

To chew or not to chew– That’s the decision. . . The reasons both for and against are surely legion. . . Some have universal relevance, others are unique to you, as you sit before your food with the chance … Continue reading

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A DATE WITH THE SUN

A date with the sun: he always shows up– the meeting’s success is up to me. . . he may be coy, hid behind cloud or tree, storming sky, or my dazzled eyelid. . . but still he comes every … Continue reading

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I AM FOR THE SUNSHINE

I am for the sunshine. . . The sunshine is for me, as I was born upon this earth, though countless creatures, plants and people got here first– from brainy beasts, both wild and tame to one-celled algae floating up … Continue reading

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SUCH MOMENTS COME

Such moments come when you can see how what and who you are has much to do with what you’ve always been and who you’ll always be. When those intervals you seize, you lay good ground for everything you’ll need … Continue reading

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DOES IT REALLY MATTER?

So hard to remember that my presence or my absence is something that could really matter. . . until it comes to me like music to my ears, or eyes, or deep insides. . . sometimes in the shape of … Continue reading

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