Tag Archives: Day

Yes, DO go gentle into. . .

YES!! Go! Yes, DO go gentle, gentle, into that good night. No, NO! Not THAT good night! THIS one here, this one now, this one that’s fallen, and whose calling is to let us from this day down to settle, … Continue reading

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I WISH I MAY, I WISH I MIGHT

A star +++++ I wish upon, although +++++ it’s very far. . . Who knows if it even ever listens +++++ or if it’s deaf, as its point light amid the whirling night sky glistens? Nonetheless, upon this distant star, … Continue reading

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ACCEPT THE MENDING TIME AND SPACE

When things get so cramped or so expanded, find a way that you can spread them out or else, embrace them, into a spacing that will mend. . . accept the mending, and resulting calm and understanding. . . breathe … Continue reading

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ONE MORE DAY LIVED

One more day lived nor bad, nor good, some things done, some dabbled at, some left undone, as well as this one, this day, could. . . Some out of duty, some for rest, some just for fun. . . … Continue reading

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FRIDAY ZUFRIEDEN

Friday and zufrieden. . . a very peaceful feeling. . . a moment sweet to cap in paix a warm and medium-eventful day. Perhaps a momento mucho bueno from right here this August night, to catch the shooting stars according … Continue reading

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A BIG DAY

A big day. Or two or three. So much to do. And only thou and me. The freeway rush, the drives, the rides, the buildings that long ago were raised now, slowly, slowly, being razed, the future patients from those … Continue reading

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JUNE FIREWORKS SOUND

Fireworks sound warm fog air veils the stars. . . Modest the length of the near-solstice night, when measured in hours. . . Then, like Ben Franklin, the June sun is early to rise at its dawn, and then arcs … Continue reading

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