Monthly Archives: January 2016

WISH I COULD SHOW YOU THE SKY

Wish I could show you this sparkling blue sky, with sun springing high, now transformed since the morn that hung, gray-blue pied, to show just clouds few floating white in slow flow, on the softest breeze ride as seen through … Continue reading

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THIS ONE BODY FOR THIS LIFE

This one body is for this life the only one we’ve got-y. So it’s best to be aware just what its nature asks for, in quantities and qualities of love and light and air, activity and good clean water, food … Continue reading

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THOUGHT AND LOVE AND NURTURANCE

Thought and love and nurturance and care can cure any onslaught from within, without, below, above, that there is to be found out there. . . Most powerful of all is to begin with thought and love and nurturance that … Continue reading

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HONESTY IS BEST, EXCEPT. . .

Honesty is the best policy, Except when you have erred and slipped right into fallacies, though they’re really not as bad as your thinking has you scared– there’s just not enough substance there your character to slay, but, to you, … Continue reading

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WED NESS DAY

Wednesday’s maybe wed to Ness, a dark, old Loch where a creature dwells that’s all too often mocked, and no one hardly sees. . . But one day, we may be surprised if one day, Nessie comes to rise, and … Continue reading

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BREATHE, SLEEP, AND EAT WITH EASE

Breathe, sleep, eat with ease, walk in the fresh air sun, accept its light. . . Add to this a bit of love into the mix, and things begin to look more bright. And then, the rest, you’ll find, falls … Continue reading

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CLEARING A PATH

I’m clearing a path for the sun to come in, plenty months in, a winter piled on my back, which I’ve been alone lugging, I am clearing, according to palpable urge to shake off this long held contraction, I’ve squeezed … Continue reading

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