Monthly Archives: February 2014

ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER WAY

Another day, another way the purpose of my life to see, in spite of all the spite I have for me, because of plans that slipped right through my hands, and then, for all that other sea of plans I … Continue reading

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A FACE IN THE CROWD

red umbrella outside duly shaken, to trip the grocery aisles fantastic, and to a sea of fellow wet-slicker hooded, wooly-layered humanity awaken.

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THE CLOAK OF SPRING

Night cloaks the land where grew, in days of old, a thousand oaks and redwoods, too, that stood with tops poked up to sky high blue both night and day. . . as this new spring so secretly lurks just … Continue reading

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PRECIPITATE

Sometimes it’s really, really great when the sky deigns to precipitate. . . we need rain– that, we all know it gives our trees and grass their special, wet green glow, And, if we travel to great heights cold crystallizes … Continue reading

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SITTING ON MY WORLD’S EDGE

sitting on my world’s edge. . . sea waves tug. . . in comes fog. . . the mist obscures the shine of sun, which sinks slow-quick in spot of springtime west. . . lips, salt kissed, hard stuff for … Continue reading

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WHERE WEAKNESS TOUCHES STRENGTH

When you feel your weakness, you may have found the threshold of your strength. . . Do a little less, and you’ll put you well to the test, just to the point where just a little rest will see you … Continue reading

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GIVE IT A REST

Give it a rest. . . whatever it is. . . a break from unrelenting outward squawk or in-head talk can open worlds much like a child’s first playful strokes on big, blackboard with chalk. . . Could be you … Continue reading

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