Monthly Archives: November 2015

LOVE SENT BY LIGHT SCANT

Love sent to the Universe, as our current globe stance drinks in light scant, from sun’s low curve slant– not much there to disburse– our world grows ever darker as the power of the year unfurls to its nadir, whence … Continue reading

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IF A SHIP IS “SHE,” AND A LAND IS “SHE”. . .

If a ship is “she,” and a land is “she,” how, then, can it be that our dams so grand have been so long run by some driven man, and only now and then, by a she as a very … Continue reading

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO MY READERS!

Dear Reader, Thank you so much for reading and being interested in my work. I am deeply thankful for your interest, and your Likes and comments. It is part of what makes me able to do my work in the … Continue reading

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THANKSGIVING GAME DAY

Now to be free of oh so many former chains– a gift from highest heaven to me. . . but still, I writhe a bit to be in chains’ remains, their sturdy, die-hard, hold-out shackles, While folks TV-sit, glued to … Continue reading

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LOVE, BLESSING, THANKSGIVING

love breeds sense of blessing. . . sense of blessing breeds thanksgiving. . . it’s best we ground our feet on sturdy Earth– this place we came to have our birth, and where we can learn to weather and transform … Continue reading

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LOOK INTO MY EYES

I need to look into MY eyes, and drink the shiny, colored beauty there, in every roll and blink and sunlight-fluttering glare– an effort so to shake my mope, and aid myself into a better mode to hypnotize. . . … Continue reading

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DADDY, HOW DO I LOVE THEE?

Daddy I miss you now! I miss you how? How gone? So long? We barely knew ye. . . though we learned much in your arms, in your voice, in all of your skill and the stuff you could teach, … Continue reading

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THE LIGHT OF DAY

Yes, you can remain within, and curse the darkness, well before the black rain storm or the night begins. on days like these, with their dim, oblique-hung sun, which, if it shines at all, does so intermittently, in stingy sparseness, … Continue reading

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LOVE OF LIFE

When you love life and make it happy, Life loves you and makes you happy.

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FARMERS’ MARKET EYES

Farmers market: a quick trip in the urban mix to hook up with our Earth, our land, the soil, the roots, and everything that grows from it. . . The big variety of all manner of earthly gifts– the farmers, … Continue reading

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