Tag Archives: Form

BITTEN AND UNCANNILY INTELLIGENT

Bitten, spanked, and twisted arm, sliced down the the throat, wisdom yanked, and chilled in deeper, deepest places that should have stayed secure and vital, toasty warm. Belittled, quashed by rank pulled rank, defeated, so many battles of will, creepy … Continue reading

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BRACING AGAINST THE STORM

A stew is brewing. Perhaps a storm. Maybe it’s already ready, but it’s difficult to know its shape, although we know a little bit of how it tastes and of the ways it deviates from any prior norm. The challenge … Continue reading

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FORM AND SUBSTANCE

In some situations a lack of substance erodes or drains the effect and the power of a beautiful form. At other times, a lack of order, form or structure, renders lame a thing or being that has strong legs and … 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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THE EQUINOX OF CHEW

Good morning, Chipper Chewsday Chums!– I am now up to break my fast. . . and listen for each and every spring time thing, awake, astir in my surroundings, all the life that blossoms out or flits and flies or … Continue reading

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