Monthly Archives: July 2018

HANDS TOGETHER SATURDAY

Hands together Saturday. . . a wish, a plea to find a way to do much more than just take air. Here’s me. . . Here are some chores– +++++here are some dreams ++++++++++to do, to seek, to find, to … Continue reading

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SLEEPY, WEARY MID OF DAY

Sleepy weary mid of day. . . summer’s peaked– the year’s no more an up-and-comer, but that doesn’t have to be a bummer, when you relax and ride its ebbing tide and feel how to enjoy and be and do … Continue reading

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I AM ME

I am me. The only person I can be. That is OK– I’m really meant to be exactly as I am– yes, just this way. This is now. In the past, there was a “then,” I grow bits different every … Continue reading

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IT’S HOT

It’s hot. The freeway sounds a constant brush. Amid that not so distant rush, I sit and think, and feel and write this peaceful night of all the sundry, lucky things I’ve got. A reservoir of strength that I can … Continue reading

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