Tag Archives: Contemplation

SOLSTICE– THE TIME THE SOUL MUST RUN ITS PACES

Solstice. . . the time the soul must run its paces, do its tricks. The lights, the sun’s day heights, the body’s workings go more low and slow. . . Sometimes its life seems as if it’s got just one … Continue reading

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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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A DAY WELL DONE

Evening holds its sway. . . moon’s bright light, full spectrum. . . crickets, chirping echoing– they have their say, as I’m reflecting on a day well done: keeping practices and promises, completing foreseen actions, carved out time for prayer … Continue reading

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TOWERING LAYERS OF SEDIMENT

Towering layers of sediment set down in waves, quite secret stayed for many an age, until some forage, or storm’s rampage lays them bare, brings bygone forms of life to light, where they can enter eyes and brains that contemplate … Continue reading

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