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MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME

Make yourself at home. . . in your body in your dwelling place in everything you do and in face of every face be you and comfortable whate’er you do take in each breath, in such a manner makes you … Continue reading

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‘PICK UP THY PEN!” QUOTH PAUL

“Pick up thy pen!” quoth dear Paul, (He’s said it before, and he’ll say it again), a droll Irishman. His mission– to nurture that itch the world ’round to be found in all would-be poets’ writing hand skin. “Pick up … Continue reading

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FIND YOUR BODY’S LANGUAGE OUT

Find your body’s language out. . . and speak it. Allow for the turmoil bubbling there. . . Shut your mouth, dull your ears, close your eyes, release the muscles, tendons, ligaments that harbor old and new predicaments, And if … Continue reading

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THE YEAR’S HIGH TIDE

The sun is bright– +++++ the weather warm. . . Day long, +++++ short night Trees fruit, +++++ wide rivers ++++++++++ settle into currents, ++++++++++ upon which boats, and people flow ++++++++++ on water fed, perhaps, with melt of winter’s … Continue reading

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BEYOND SUNSHINE AND FRESH AIR

Sunshine,fresh air–all fine, but lacks a little something there. Be freeand strong, but woven, winding,grounded, hugging,intertwined. Though it may,for now, elude,the right terroir,if not right here,cannot be very faror difficult to find. A well-took breath,or well-drawn flowing water slake,a whiff … Continue reading

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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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THANK GOD FOR BREATH

Thank God for breath, and for disasters, the most forceful askers which bid us now step up our game. . . Thank God for sweat, for air, for masks, and bicycles. When normal daily acts of ease have turned quite … Continue reading

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