Monthly Archives: February 2017

ONE HAND WORKS TO WASH THE OTHER

Neighbor, neighbor. . . One hand works to wash the other. Thanks to give, results to savor. . . When everything is said and done and all of us meld back to one, our ancient nature shows up in glad … Continue reading

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EACH DAY, ONE SLIVER

Each day, one sliver grows the moon, until it’s full– then, daily slivers shall it spurn, in long nights dark and taciturn. But, if we linger long enough, and look, we will learn, that, somewhat soon, with each month passed, … Continue reading

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KEEP YOUR MUSIC COMING

Do keep your music coming, True, deep , pure– Use it– it’s stunning. . . But, wait a minute– Hark, now!– I think your muse is humming, It flows through veins and cells and brains and spirit and your very … Continue reading

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SLOW FOX

Quick quick quick, get it done, have no fun, let the tension get real thick. . . Oh God! Oh No! That’s the way will make me sick. Quick quick, yes, but add some slow– quick quick slow quick quick … Continue reading

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LIFE– ENJOY IT!

Enjoy it. . . Your glee. . . your grief. . . your anger, Enjoy even your blind, misplaced faith, your fear, your laughter, and your tears, some which fly by, while others linger, beget more, and then, proceed to … Continue reading

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TAKING HEART

Take heart. . . Fake it till you make it Find any point where you can infiltrate it. . . Then, choose there to make your start.

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A LITTLE GENTLE RAIN FOR YOU

Pitter patter on curved edge of the umbrella, and on the top where it lays flatter, come sprinkle-drizzle gentle drops, My ready ear bends out to hear, what I then send on to you through pixil dots– a little of … Continue reading

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