Tag Archives: Grip

SEIZE THE SATURDAY

Saturday– a time to seize a gladder day. . . So rub your eyes, and let out groans as well as weary yawns and sighs, and stretch your sleepy head to toes awake, get in your groove. . . And … Continue reading

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LET THE GRIP SLIP

Let the grip slip. . . pack up, jump ship. . . let yourself go, and feel the flow, the rises, falls, and pulses from your heart’s beat and lungs deflating, then getting plumply bulbous. . . For, life and … Continue reading

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DEDICATED TO LOVE (MY LOVE)

Love stripped bare and plain must mean “first things first!” to get a fit just like a glove: grip, be aware your mind and body are not twain. . . So, let them get together knit, but not forget to … Continue reading

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GETTING A GRIP

Getting a grip on getting a grip. . . but not letting slip this too hard-earned skill of letting go. . . When is it time to push or pull through, and when just to chill? Then again, when to … Continue reading

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