Category Archives: Quick reads

A SWEET VALENTINE FROM THE PAST

Give yourself a little gift of thoughtful, loving service. . . after your need, or else, some thing that somehow simply makes you pleased. . . And it may befall that you forget, and later rediscover it, which multiplies your … Continue reading

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STAY WITH ME, YOU THING CALLED LOVE

Hold steady. you all-inclusive, into my smaller self intrusive, crucial thing called love, Stay with me until I clearly feel and see I can be taller, weller, and of my goodness more profusive, to live at last a life that … Continue reading

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WISHING DOESN’T MAKE IT SO, BUT. . .

Wishing doesn’t make it so. But really wanting, and someway or other wistful asking, sometimes without an ounce of active hunting, reveals an opening where your path and its for any fleeting moment kiss, which then gives you a sporting … Continue reading

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ONE, MANY, ONE

The harmony to hum, just one, a move in nature’s symphony. The dissonance to be just me in solitude amid a multitude. In anger, grief and fear, a stirred but most unsavory misery. The rub– how to compose or reconcile … Continue reading

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PUT ON YOUR JAUNTY CONFIDENCE

Put on your jaunty confidence. . . Because it is, donned in name of all that’s possible, your indisputable best dress. . . this holds true both north and south, and east and west, in Orient and Occident. . . … Continue reading

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DAYTIME IN A WINK (OR BLINK)

Daytime. Quick winter sun climb. Quick night fall. If we’re to seize the day at all, we must embrace, and maybe kiss it– attend to it as a small babe that needs our love. . . for yea, indeed, if … Continue reading

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PLAY THAT NEXT CARD!

Flip that next card. Now! Today! you shall play it!– you need not say a word. . . For its distinct face leaves an inimitable, indelible trace of all that you meant– even if it arrives there not inked with … Continue reading

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