Monthly Archives: November 2013

HOLIDAZE

Holidaze. . . The dark. . . the sun oblique. . . the gentle chill. . . the haze. . . the wonder of it all: how each year we weather winter, predeceased by fall, and emerge one way or … Continue reading

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LIGHT IN THE CLEARING

Clear the layers of dust and grime that settled and grunged in to rest. . . and, over time caused clarity and light to hide, where once they, supreme, in a gentle, flowing stream presumed to preside, and where they’ll … Continue reading

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THE BEJEWELED COMPASS

A kaleidoscope enables marvelous broad vistas, by peering, tunnel-visioned, through a very narrow tube.

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WHY WRITHE?

Why do I choose to writhe?. . . Not sure I even want to know. . . It’s SO hard to let go. . . especially from the throes of tangled ropes that have me bound, and which, in kind … Continue reading

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THOUGHT FOR A RAINY DAY

At times when the +++++BIG ++++++++++dream seems not to be flowing, it’s my well picked routine that keeps me going.

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AFRAID MORE THAN YOU KNOW

when you’re more afraid than you even know, it’s hard to get past your dark and gloomy glade– the sun appears to light your way, but until you lift your head, it’s hard to see the stiff thing that your … Continue reading

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FIRST THING UP

First thing– in the morning, when I wake is not to check in +++++with the world but to check in +++++with me: ++++++++++Rise. . . +++++++++++++++breathe. . . ++++++++++++++++++++observe. . . +++++++++++++++++++++++++self-reflect. . . ++++++++++and walk to get my bearings … Continue reading

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LITHE LIKE A BIRD

Lithe like a little bird who hops– small ripple to its back and wings it sends– then, down again, its spindly supple knees it bends.

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OBVIOUS WISDOM

Sometimes the wisest thing to do is the most obvious. . . And sometimes the wisest thing to do is not obvious at all– And which situation you are in, at any time, Isn’t always obvious.

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THANKS ARE A BETTER FOOD

Thanks much easier to meld and melt and feed from even just a few of them, than on a spate of bellyaches.

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