Tag Archives: Beauty

IN WANING LIGHT, A LITTLE PRAYER

The waning light. In my fright, a little prayer. . . A little blip in field of sight. . . There is benevolence out there. . . And there are allies, and good friends. . . And there are means … Continue reading

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WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO?

Oh, dear! What do I have to do? Well. . . There’s really very little that I absolutely have to do. At least, there’s always “Die!”, as a possible alternative instead of “Do!” But, if I really want to live, … Continue reading

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LIQUID FALL LEAVES COME RAINING DOWN

tiny five-point, fall-hued leaves drip, fluid, down with weight of wet, but float to ground in the subtle, rainy breeze. And then there’s me– wrapped cozy in gray, shiny coat, down past my knees that tries to keep me dry. … Continue reading

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PLEIN AIR WINTER MORNING

On a roll, back in the act, begun from a run of deathly, restless sleep, one step tentative, yet bold out for a stroll, plein air, winter morning. . . for sure, yes, cold, but the brilliant yellow leaves that … Continue reading

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COMING OUT OF THE SALONS

When people went to sage salons, engaged in their symposiums, can we, from that, suppose those ones emerged informed, and smarter? And when, today, we court doldrums, do we become more beautiful from hours in beauty parlors? Well, maybe not. … Continue reading

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THE WISPY WINK OF MOON

Such a gift to glimpse the slim and scythe-like wink of moon, a beauty and a slower, gentler cousin to the metronome. . . More visible in dark, but peaceful night, it keeps us in our proper rhythm on this … Continue reading

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THE COLOR OF A SOFT GRAY DAY

A soft gray day, late January. . . the pale sun, the ambiance so airy breathe life and light to spring’s small blooms, and gentle pop of squirrel peep, plus bubbling fresh birdsong. . . the clear, cool warmth, the … Continue reading

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