Monthly Archives: October 2015

STRUT OUT ON A SATURDAY

Strut out on a Saturday– see whether you can gut, despite the slightly nippy weather, the mundane doldrums of the workaday. . . tune your ear to different drums, pick up your feet and knees to follow them, till your … Continue reading

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ONCE UPON A MEG

Many years ago, I was working in the office of a small, but successful company. A lot of the power computer work (work requiring big computer memory) was done by the administrative staff, so the partners of the firm did … Continue reading

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I AM a work in progress

I am a work in progress— Well, that’s extremely kind. . . as I contract, expand. . . And, in doing so, I follow no well carved out or pretty plan. . . And, in the end, more fit am … Continue reading

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THE MOMENT OF TRUTH

The moment of truth is NOW. No point in trying to make that which is hard and fast slack loose. . . your honesty is needed in every speck of life and time. . . your lies you sometimes tell … Continue reading

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ASCENDANT IN THE HARVEST SKY

Night falls. . . cricket calls. . . blue darkness comes to drape behind the black-appearing oak’s thick to spindly finger branches, spun from its trunk so sturdy broad and tall. Eyes raise to gaze at a slow ascending, brilliant … Continue reading

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SATURDAY FLY

Saturday. . . a chance to change your array. . . Since Monday through Fri may not have left you very high– and maybe even harbored moments where you really wished to cry– but Saturday is your big chance to … Continue reading

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WHAT’S DEEPLY SWEET

What’s deeply sweet does not come from factories, refined, nor even from a hive where bees work in a similar state of mind– nor does it even grow in ground, on vine, nor even dangling high from trees– it’s not … Continue reading

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IF YOU GO UNPREPARED

If you go unprepared, come rain, come snow, the stuff of which you’re made may show, so that it all works out OK. . . But, simply know: there’s nothing really wrong with you– no need for shame, if openly … Continue reading

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THURSDAY THOROUGH SWEEP

Thursday– a thorough sweep has near been made through this particular week– a time to check, reflect, step back a bit, breath to restart from its unconscious, binding hold, and then, recall some good intention somehow stalled, and pause to … Continue reading

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HOT LINE

Hot line. . . lifeline. . . heart line. . . When there has been a disconnect, it’s not quite clear when these will return to prior intersect– or if they will at all while there’s still time. But, luckily … Continue reading

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