Monthly Archives: April 2013

CHEWSDAY REFLECTION

nI re-discover again how kale’s ki1 very clearly takes it into the form of a fractal2. Quite a thing for the first meal of the day, breakfast. (Yes, I did just see Jurassic Park 3D, for anyone who might wonder). … Continue reading

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SUMMER’S SIEGE

Though it’s still true the weepy rain may yet, at times, break through and fall on me and you. . . and steady heat wilts often into cold. . . Despite all that, we’ve reached a point, as we go … Continue reading

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LULL BEFORE THE SUMMER

Fog hovers gray above this living day. . . the mild cold, stubborn, in the way. . . come to hush the push of ever-lengthening day that broadens into summer. . . A wisp of steam seeps up from kitchen … Continue reading

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WHAT YOU WANT AND WHAT YOU GET

What you want’s not always what you get. . . so often goes the game, But a quiet interlude that opens you to gratitude helps you accept– Then, things can switch a bit– So what you get and what you … Continue reading

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THE DAWN OF THE NEW DAY

The dawn of the new day: the reach of each sun’s ray that’s come here from so very far away holds much promise. . . Together all the rays and we can fill the sky. . . The eight light … Continue reading

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RESTORED FOR A SONG

Sometimes things are gone. . . seeming to oblivion. . . when I have merely placed them wrong, But when and where I least suspect, at times in a place I KNOW I’ve looked, they “POOF!”– SHOW UP!!– And just … Continue reading

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STILL LOVE

Stillness the only cure for agitation. . . Love the only way to stillness, as arms around a crying or an angry child that squirms until she’s tired of being confined– and then she stops. . . and, maybe takes … Continue reading

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WIND AND SUN AND WIND

Wind and sun, sun and wind, the feathery seeds blown from the dandelion, the movement, force of life so strong– the process of unfolding blooms and leaves and fruits and next year’s seeds can be so hard can be so … Continue reading

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AN INVOCATION TO THE CHEW

Chew. And chew. What you thus make of your food becomes what food thus makes of you. . . No telling quite what just with the pre-chew contemplate. . . No, you must do so that you can see how … Continue reading

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FIRST WHIFF

In passing, my first whiff of barbecue smoke of the warm season. . . People start to come out to celebrate or just to enjoy the outdoors and each other, simple work, simple play– drinking in all the splendor of … Continue reading

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