Monthly Archives: August 2013

POETRY THROUGH MY VEINS

Poetry courses through my veins. Sometimes it feels empowering. Sometimes it hurts.

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SATURDAY SOFTLY

Saturday, softly. . . a super time to make a dream bloom in the light of day. . . but, how that opening that you can use can become a big conundrum: how to take as much as you well … Continue reading

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THE SONG OF YOUR INNER VOICE

When you hear your truest +++++inner voice, as it guides +++++each small and large life choice, it steers you in +++++your chosen path and shapes the contours +++++of your life. . . don’t let it +++++spout excuses, but have it … Continue reading

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TYRANNY CAN FLY FROM ME

And so, it begins. . . or rather, goes on one more round, as the same wheel spins. . . How to quit and leave it– this mechanical cycle? The fact that I’m so long detached from the castle tyrannical … Continue reading

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AVOIDING AVOIDANCE

Avoidance– the urge toward that– such an annoyance. . . I’d like to put it in a pumpkin shell and have it stay put, very well, but I truly know, even if it was well closed, with lid, and hole-free, … Continue reading

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YOUR OWN SPECIAL MAGIC WAND

Sleep. . . Wake. . . Renew self-love with a warm, invigorating scrub, get out, add step to step to make your morning rounds where fresh sunlight, a new day’s life, abounds. . . make up your mind on what … Continue reading

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A SEASON TO CHILL

Sometimes it’s good to chill. . . Sometimes. to bask in warmth– A reading of surrounding climes tends to advise what would do well, in present season, weather feel, and current hour times, whether at the sound of morning bell … Continue reading

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THE THROES OF EARTH

Caught in the throes of the twisting and turning, in my own private way of growing and learning that only the one, just this one who is me, ever knows. Hoping and hoping, and groping for some way of coping … Continue reading

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LOVE TO THE COOKS

A special dash of love I cast toward those of you who undertake to cook today. . . let each chop and stir help smooth the furl the day has curled, as hands can smooth the bumps in soft, wet … Continue reading

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THE EVERYDAY DEVIL

Staring the everyday devil in the face. . . you know, the one that shows up in the thing that you don’t want to do, but once you’re done, you must admit it’s true– it was the key to get … Continue reading

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