Monthly Archives: June 2015

THE HEAVENS SHINE DOWN

The heavens shine down and wisdom prevails. . . though I can’t say why such luck us befalls, while we are so driven on paths of intentions, clinging with teeth and with nails to things too awful to mention, and … Continue reading

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KEEP AN OPEN EYE

Often, folks who know you best to help you are the ablest, for they may see the way most deft to put you to the test, the way that makes you work toward a a brand new feeling of success, … Continue reading

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BREATH

Breath. . . a way to get a meditative state woven through your life in threads to fuel your calm and coax to body all the marvel plans stored in your head that you’ll be acting on, once the flow … Continue reading

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RINGING IN GOOD HABITS

You wish new habits that can ring the trueness of your life right in, a time more lovingly aligned with your whole being, heart and mind. . . First, think a bit. . . then pick some thing you think … Continue reading

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THE FEELING ART

It takes a little art to hold and keep your feelings warm. . . for they can shake a rattled heart when cold runs deep. . . so, take it slow. . . and see new walls and ceilings form, … Continue reading

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THE SELF-PRESCRIPTION

From this world +++++with jumbled cords +++++and traveling wi-fi +++++set to lure you in +++++your body ++++++++++so to petrify +++++your brain ++++++++++to curl ++++++++++and fry, needs this girl +++++a little space and time ++++++++++for calm review ++++++++++and soft reflection +++++++++++++++to … Continue reading

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GETTING TRACTION

beginning. . . getting traction. . . the first two steps on your road to all the rest, including winning back the ground long since slipped from your control– though for eons yet untold was it a part of you, … Continue reading

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