Monthly Archives: March 2017

IN RES MEDIAS

In Res Medias. . . Release that tension in your face and slake the grip that wants to hold some unseen weight, and has done so since some bygone, unremembered date, encrypted in the diamond twist of that oh too … Continue reading

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THANK GOD FOR WHATEVER’S WORKING

Thank God for every big and little thing that’s working. . . for so much stuff acts up like duds and wrecks your natal urge to sing, as it heavy on your calm and natural joy is jerking. Focus on … Continue reading

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SLIPPED THROUGH MY FINGERS, HELD MY TONGUE

That does it. Slipped right through my fingers. Held my tongue. Come quips and queues. A sting that lingers. . . No matter– Just calm and lull the present chatter then pause a breath fill up to brim, and void … Continue reading

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SERIOUSLY WITH LOVE

Seriously do what you do with lots of love, for ’tis that will see you through and suit you up, fit like a glove, whereas the back pushed path whereon you do the same with fear may take you from … Continue reading

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DARE, BE BRAVE, AND SHOW YOUR FACE

Dare be brave and show your face– you may be scared– but who knows what or whom you’ll save, simply in your keeping faith and showing up, in the open where your gifts and needs proceed yet in their growing … Continue reading

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SPRING–A CHANGING SEASON

A changing season makes its way like biting and surprising treason, as it blooms toward hot sun arc peaking near as high as heaven, up from wet and cold and dark that chills the bone with fierce wind blown to … Continue reading

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SPRING IN SOUND

Birds tweet shrill like the tiny filaments that string a twig-bowed drag across a too-small violin. The freeway rush, the popping violets– both signs of growth predicaments that fan and flag, just as the breeze-blown grass spurts in the spring.

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