Monthly Archives: August 2018

THURSDAY 30

The square says 30, it’s a Thursday, outside it’s pretty. . . the music felt on earth, in sky and sun and air, in swinging arms and striding legs, singing reflex kept quite calmly, quietly in check, a peaceful break … Continue reading

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GRATITUDE EXHUMED

Gratitude exhumed, where you thought were only blinding mist and toxic fumes– not for the blessings obvious, those ones for which, you’ve probably done and said your piece, but for those obscured or buried in densely thorned and tangled thickets … Continue reading

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ONE MORE DAY LIVED

One more day lived nor bad, nor good, some things done, some dabbled at, some left undone, as well as this one, this day, could. . . Some out of duty, some for rest, some just for fun. . . … Continue reading

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SATURDAY SINKING INTO SENTIENCE

Saturday. .. sinking into sentience, shrinking regret and petty penitence, to let heart flower in its way. . . remembering one’s deep importance, as, almost imperceptibly the August day before us glib and glorious dawns, waxes, wanes and shortens, awaiting … Continue reading

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LET SUN AND BREATH BE

Let sun and breath be. Let them in when it is time. Let them leave when it is time. Let dirt and weeds be. Let them be just where they are. Their special nourishment and beauty is meant to rule … Continue reading

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THE RIGIDEST OF STILLNESSES

There is a movement in the rigidest of stillnesses. be quiet, eyes wide or closed ears plugged or open throat tight or soft let body breathe and notice feel it, taste it relax your head around your brain and fall, … Continue reading

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FOG THICK– A POEM IN FOUR MINUTES

A poem in four minutes fog thick that veils the August sky with gray but brightness makes me feel I’m in a spacious and a lively bubble. . . the freeway brushing sound. . . the soaring sweep. . . … Continue reading

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