Monthly Archives: November 2014

THANKS TO MY READERS

Thanks send I to all of you who’ve told or showed me you believed in me, in any big or little way from actions or from words you say or even just from clicking Like on something that I’ve left … Continue reading

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THE CONTINUUM

Love: tapping in to The Continuum. . .

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WHAT A GORGEOUS DAY!

WHAT a gorgeous day! Air, ground– moist. . . blue and gray streaked-sky. . . enter in the interplay of here a gold, ++++++++++ there a red, ++++++++++++++++++++ and there, a green or brown-leafed tree, which, right where they stand, … Continue reading

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FREEING THE FLOW

some days when you’re stuck, you need to find at least one way to clear your drain of some pretty gunky muck. . . for then , can so much move with ease, and the flow that your newfound movement … Continue reading

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A FAT TIME-CHUNK REPRISE

easy to believe what you want yea, maybe even what you need to believe. . . even when, unnoticed, a clock may stop but just to keep you on your notice-toes, also, unnoticed, then re-start, giving your wee bit late … Continue reading

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PLAYING IN THE RAIN

A rainy day. Seems much more a place to play with puddle jumps and doggies shaking dry their fluff ‘neath bright hued leaves, than it does from my safe and sheltered seat in window gray.

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LIQUID STUPIDITY

Stupidity: a currency with high liquidity. . . because supply is very good the sources tend indeed to flood as its glib and freest flow can make it go so far as to ensure ubiquity– No one’s immune: at moments … Continue reading

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MAGNIFICENT NOVEMBER MORNING

the wind is up, around the trees. . . the rising sun illuminates the skittish leaves, which, now so loud around the trees, are rustling. . . The fuzzy wads stick to the eaves where nascent moths find rest, and … Continue reading

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HAILING FREQUENCIES OPEN

when it’s a question touching long term satisfaction, best to tend to err in that you give and take a little less, though your capacity be great, and thus, leave more for them to want (and you)– That’s what allows … Continue reading

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ORDER AND DISORDER MINGLE

order and disorder mingle. . . almost with a passion. . . something there I can’t say where comes to breach the heretofore perceived wide chasm. . . stillness meets movement heats cold tingles. . . crucial things carve panoramic … Continue reading

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