Monthly Archives: November 2017

IN WANING LIGHT, A LITTLE PRAYER

The waning light. In my fright, a little prayer. . . A little blip in field of sight. . . There is benevolence out there. . . And there are allies, and good friends. . . And there are means … Continue reading

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IF YOU WANT TO KNOW THE OTHER

If you want to know what another person is about, listen and watch. Observe, observe, observe. Respect, respect, respect. And love. Love always first. And in your quest to know, of this or that acquaintance, stranger, kith or kin, or … Continue reading

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LOVE YOUR HUMAN AND GOD-GIVEN BODY

Love every inch of your human and God-given body, In each way, and in each day it does change and grow. From each silken, silvering hair, even down to that one oddly puffed and side-bent toe, Though you may feel … Continue reading

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PUT ON YOUR JAUNTY CONFIDENCE

Put on your jaunty confidence. . . Because it is, donned in name of all that’s possible, your indisputable best dress. . . this holds true both north and south, and east and west, in Orient and Occident. . . … Continue reading

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MOTHER, MONARCH, AND DEFENDER OF THE WAY

The woman– she had seven sons. SEVEN sons. Last killed. First tortured. 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, though there was wicked testing of her strength and will, she lost them all, down to the youngest one. All knew they … Continue reading

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THANKSGIVING COUNTDOWN

Thanksgiving countdown. Not like Christmas. No official advent, nor connecting isthmus between our ordinary time and the holiday with gatherings to celebrate whatever blessings on us shine. But, would there, could there be a way that we could find to … Continue reading

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TO SEE THE BLESSINGS IN THE GRAY

Yes, gray. But still, it’s day. Perhaps you don’t spot sun or blue, but nonetheless, its brilliant light through cool, thick clouds shines somehow through, to fill a well of warmth and vibrancy that lets you move. . . remember, … Continue reading

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DAYTIME IN A WINK (OR BLINK)

Daytime. Quick winter sun climb. Quick night fall. If we’re to seize the day at all, we must embrace, and maybe kiss it– attend to it as a small babe that needs our love. . . for yea, indeed, if … Continue reading

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HERE COMES THE RAIN, SO DANCE AND SING

Here comes the rain again. Therefore, get out, stand forth, And, like Gene Kelly, dance and sing, and spread your laughter and your joyful smiles for miles, to sweep round east and west and south and north, the marks of … Continue reading

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APPARITIONS

The year turns dark and you turn blue, feel cold and down– sometimes it helps when there appears a clown or two. But, once you’ve received those sent-in clowns, and find the smiles and satisfaction that you hoped to find … Continue reading

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