Author Archives: elainedanforth

YOU HAVE, YOU HAVE. . . YOU HAD

What have we here? A original Poetic Musing on the question, and on the journey of we all make through life.
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MIND, BODY, SPIRIT– STRONG AND WEAK

The flesh is weak the flesh is strong many pleasures does it seek which wear it down and build it up, the wish of meek may add to others till the list is very long. . . The mind is … Continue reading

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IF SOMEBODY LOVES YOU

If somebody loves you, and you know it, it proves there’s something there to love, even if you, when you don’t know it. So get to work. And find a way to get to know it. And love it.

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THE DISSECTION OF IMPERFECTION

Inefficient imperfections. . . Missions impossible: should you chance to choose accept them, perform some clean but yet not mean dissections. . . The tasks cannot be done for, thus to cutcau you cannot just remove the single thing which … Continue reading

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MEA CULPA, MEA CULPA!

Mea mea, mea culpa! I wish I were not such a dope-a. . . Dopamine the fault is mine, lain in some crevice of my brain. . . I can’t do what ten people say, so I guess I will … Continue reading

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CLIMB OR WIND A MOUNTAIN OR A HILL

Climb any mountain or slowly pedal and your legs will wind you stroke by stroke up any gently sloping hill. . . Perhaps not fit to the degree it’s easy yet to do it. . . But recall that what … Continue reading

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A LEASH LIKE A GOLDEN SASH

Keep yourself upon a leash. . . But, let it feel much like a golden sash, one that grows up myriad woods of giant trees, which filter bright sun darker, denser than does your own grown squinching prism that skims … Continue reading

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