Monthly Archives: December 2015

HANDS PRESSED BY OUR HEARTS

Hands palms pressed together by our hearts, which we set on the year we’ll ring in with each clock’s strike of midnight, Seas, winds, and land calmed. . . minds blessed, tasks taken up in our arms, to make better … Continue reading

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HOPE AGAINST HOPE

Hoping against all hope can be harder than being entangled, when your best shots have been jangled, a la rope-a-dope. . . But there’s a stubborn human tendency (at least in me) burning infernal that just won’t give up, and … Continue reading

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ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER BARGAIN

Another day, another bargain– struck between two lovers– each one concedes a self-directed seed– and thus can blend the wills, to make them tend into one will to bleed, and soften up the pair’s good fit to fine tune it, … Continue reading

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PLEIN AIR WINTER MORNING

On a roll, back in the act, begun from a run of deathly, restless sleep, one step tentative, yet bold out for a stroll, plein air, winter morning. . . for sure, yes, cold, but the brilliant yellow leaves that … Continue reading

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THEY SAY THAT MISERY LOVES COMPANY

They say that misery loves company, but I think that depends. I’m also far from sure that celebration really NEEDS the gathering of family or friends. . . Though, some of each, in proper time and place, makes SOME good … Continue reading

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MY JOB

My job? +++++Is it work? +++++Is it school? Well, that’s what the world or Mom might tell, But, living through in my own terms of sick times and of well, A better answer +++++somehow managed, +++++through the pain and fog, … Continue reading

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MERRY FULL MOON CHRISTMAS!

Merry Christmas!– And may you glide with grace and ease up from the darkest lull of solstice, lit by tonight’s round full moon’s brightness into a year and spring that welcomes you with abundance, joy and kindness.

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HOLING UP

Furthermore, sometimes holing up in quiet stillness will be worth and yield more than any feat of strength or fastness, if we really, truly feel in need of keeping score.

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THAT’S LIFE

That’s life– when things don’t go the way you want them to. . . Still, you can come to realize you’ll be okay that way, too. . . And yet can come the luckier day, although its guise you don’t … Continue reading

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WHEN DAY SHOWS JUST A SQUINT OF LIGHT

The peak of reign of night– the winter solstice– the time when day shows just a squint of light, and on come rain and snow and wet, and leaves have dropped, so trees’ guise shows oh so much like death, … Continue reading

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