Monthly Archives: December 2018

NOW EAT I THROUGH MY BLESSING (an end-of-meal prayer)

Now eat I through this given blessing of my food with present Thought and Love, till my last cherished bites are taken and well chewed. . . If I but stay enough to feel my luck, perchance I could receive … Continue reading

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SOME OLD LEAVES CLING

Some old leaves still cling, come December rhymes and songs to sing, despite months of beat by bright hot sun, then stormy rain and whipping wind. But trees must somehow loose them, lose them, in the end, to let them … Continue reading

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