Tag Archives: Bright

DEEP LIGHT

Deep need not be dark. Inside it’s bright. I am, thou art A fire of love and light. Advertisements

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IN MY ELEMENT

Late summer’s day, so light and warm– a farmers’ market. . . buy from old friends. . . find much bright food– a most productive junket. . . And then, I go straight home and cook it– feeling easy. . … Continue reading

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CHEWING FOR THE LONG HAUL

Chewing for the long haul. . . Refrain from stewing over slips from good intentions that your habits and your stray desires have you doing– though you chew with all your wherewithal. . . Let go the strain of worries … Continue reading

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TEDDY BEAR, COME HERE

Teddy bear. . . come here! Stay near. For I’ve landed in a brand new, empty year It’s started out as fun, which will continue on. . . And yet, this drought still dampers me to much more than a … Continue reading

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FINDING LOVE IN WINTER

Finding love to give, receive, binding us to the vast space and worlds Above, whether or not we notice or believe. . . defining thus our human souls that kindle Warmth and Light amid the winter dark and cold. . … Continue reading

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THE OUTING OF WISDOM

The thing that autumn brings: the soft unveiling of deep wisdom as leaves and other outer forms, seen from without, get wizened, and sounds wane. . . the wary whispers come to reign where did preside loud summer shouts. . … Continue reading

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