Monthly Archives: August 2017

YOUR BIG START

If you want to play a role, first you’ve got to learn your part. But, if you want to learn your part, you’ll want to play your role with heart and soul, from whatever place and moment that you start. … Continue reading

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Seize the day. AND Let it be.

Seize the day. AND Let it be. Spread down, extend the roots and reach up the branches, bring birds and squirrels in cahoots, just like a wildly planted sturdy, broad, and tall oak tree. Stay tightly in the bounds of … Continue reading

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TO DON MY BEST INTREPID

As life goes on, there comes a time I’ve got to don my very best intrepid. Too long have I longed for hot or warm but settled for just tepid. . . So, right now I will cut brave paths … Continue reading

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LIFE RUNS THROUGH ITS PACES

One thing’s true no matter what Life runs through all its paces both making broad and bold-brushed strokes and trickling through scant, puny places, and it leaves sometimes little clue on ginger-light, gently trod thickets or highway-byway beaten paths where … Continue reading

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MOURNING AND JOY

The still air carries the mournful sound of a lone flute. A symphony lurks between the feathers in the flutter of a bird as it springs into flight. The oars stroke through reflective dark water ripples sound like wet whispers … Continue reading

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