Monthly Archives: January 2014

SUNNIER NOW

Much sunnier now, this afternoon than gray old yesterday. . . or than the morning of today– so nice +++++ to see. . . +++++ and let it in, +++++ become a part of me. Advertisements

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LACKADAISICAL SPRING

The unwashed autumn leaves hang on, hold court with scant spring blossomings. . . damp winter walk topped off with stingy drizzlings from sleepy fog to patched park lawn.

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CHEWING OUT A DROUGHT

Chewsday again. . . lunching in my wild garden. . . painstaking chewing by the ones and fives and tens. . . I see sad grounds I need to tend, but with each chew, my groundedness and sense come marching … Continue reading

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THE BODY REMEMBERS

much like the wine in ancient Gallo ad, the body, too, remembers. . . For this, it’s best to give it play and rest and work. . . to keep it singing glad, relaxed, but pert. . . and strive, … Continue reading

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SONG TO MYSELF

I am not Walt Whitman, Shakespeare, William, or Edgar Allen Poe. . . But I have writ– I count myself a poet– if only just a little bit– And my verses scan the many wonders of this one woman and … Continue reading

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THE MOST INSTRUCTIVE THING

The most instructive thing– not really words in endless chattering– but pause, and take a break from all your pain– and sense into the heart of you, which lasts and will remain. . . such deepest reach of gentle breath– … Continue reading

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RISE, ROSE, RISEN

I am so happy to be up. . . though, of life, last night, I felt as though I’d had enough.

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