Monthly Archives: February 2019

STRENGTH. . . WHERE IS IT?

Strength where is it? Your mind, your legs? Your arms, your words, your music? Or maybe in your unique charms? that shine in smiles you share in spades? Your skill, your intuition, logic? Calm acceptance? Force of will? Your prayers, … Continue reading

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I WANT EVERY COLOR OF THE RAINBOW

I want absolutely every color of the rainbow– right now, and gotten all at once, and also, each savored plain, all by itself: red, blue, green, purple, orange, yellow. Yet, what this asks of me to do despite snows, winds, … Continue reading

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A BIRD’S BEAK

A bird’s beak cannot quite as we do, speak. A bird’s two wings take it to flight, as is its right, and’s maybe why so happily and beautifully it sings.

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DARE. . . BUT BE INTELLIGENT ABOUT IT

Dare. But be intelligent about it. . . When faced with the likes of a proud and wounded elephant, best not to fight it, shout it, or blithely to ignore it’s there. Respect it, greet it, give it space, and … Continue reading

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SEARCHING FOR THE MOTHER LODE

You’re on the road and searching for that vein known as the Mother Lode. . . And, if its hid vicinity you find, and the gold has not yet all been mined, a freezing river you must enter with a … Continue reading

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