Tag Archives: Gray

SPRING–A CHANGING SEASON

A changing season makes its way like biting and surprising treason, as it blooms toward hot sun arc peaking near as high as heaven, up from wet and cold and dark that chills the bone with fierce wind blown to … Continue reading

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A CLEAR FOCUS

Sometimes, when you are trying to be effective at a certain task, and unrelated things nag at the periphery (or center) of your dense gray mass, it’s best that you just let them pass, and tell yourself, with gentle firmness, … 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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