Monthly Archives: September 2013

SUN WINKS OUT. . . AND IN

Sun winks out. . . and in. . . hard to know if I should see it as a chance to bask in glow and grow. . . or shrink and shrivel, braced for winter’s dark and decked for gathering … Continue reading

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RAIN WASHES OUT

Rain washes out summer’s sweet-bitter end. . . old attachments hold less clout. . . a letting go what so long was. . . a heart-string pluck not without pain. . . but now a view spreads forth– a bright-lit … Continue reading

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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL NIGHT SKY YOU CAN IMAGINE

How does it look? the most beautiful night sky your heart can dream from safe within, without peeking at another’s pic or words within a trusty book. . . As for mine, at first I seek it deep within my … Continue reading

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LOOKING UP THE GLASS CEILING

The plight of a glass ceiling. . . it tends to get a little dirty. . . can use a little cleaning to clear your view on your way up before you burst through. . . from above, I’ve heard … Continue reading

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YOU ARE SPECTACULAR

You are spectacular. . . You speak well when donning formal air. . . or rubbing elbows in vernacular. You can go a stretch on foot or wheel it on some odd transport vehicular. . . You can deduce with … Continue reading

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CULTIVATING DESIRE

Cultivating desire. . . so much more fair a food or flower to grow than fear, that doom-filled plum or bloom, +++++that, in the face +++++of a desire +++++that thrives, +++++and steady burns, +++++a fire that warms and spreads +++++to … Continue reading

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WHEN THE SUN ARCS HIGH BY

While sun in sky scribes its arcing line so high, be sure to drink it in. . . We work, we play– each in our way– and it is key that we enjoy all of that now. . . for … Continue reading

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THICK INTO THURSDAY

Thoroughly Thursday. . . and in the thick of it. . . may you thrive in your continued strive, and even should it make you itch like hives, may you savor every lick of it– and even love it.

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WHAT IS THAT BABY SAYING?

What is that baby trying to say, squint eyes, jaw wide, as hot and cold she’s crying? To be with her– the only way for you to learn, and for you both to do some healing. . . Take some … Continue reading

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ONE DAY’S GET-GO TO NEXT DAY’S DAWNING

The time to take a morning walk is in the morning. . . to catch some rays? it’s in your days. . . to bask in starlight? on a dark and twinkly night. . . Ah! the openings that come … Continue reading

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