Tag Archives: Harvest

ALL LIFE SPRINGS UP OUT OF THE EARTH

All life springs up out of the earth. . . So, if you want what’s good and true, you’re going to have to go there first. . . Well, yes, earth’s plum full of slither, and sneaky, creepy, crawly things, … Continue reading

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ASCENDANT IN THE HARVEST SKY

Night falls. . . cricket calls. . . blue darkness comes to drape behind the black-appearing oak’s thick to spindly finger branches, spun from its trunk so sturdy broad and tall. Eyes raise to gaze at a slow ascending, brilliant … Continue reading

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SOUNDING YOUR WELL

Slow down, take breath– look at yourself. . . Deep sound at rest your very being’s supply well. . . Living water hiding quiet in recess. . . Take time to tap it, and the reaping of your inner fruiting … Continue reading

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KNOWING THE BETTER PART OF VALOR

Does the better part of valor call for patience? The kind that waits, and wise, holds back, when every being fiber bawls silent, in insatience? Or does it call for yet another crack at that endeavor that may require an … Continue reading

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BOUNTY

A sumptuous set offerings today at the Farmers’ Market. A marvelously rich, colorful array of so many different products of the earth. The bounty of the autumn harvest.

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VANITY OF VANITIES

Vanity of vanities, all is vanity. . . in the struggle to rise above the level where you’ve been stifled, muzzled. . . so you might pierce through fallow strata where natural love was somehow muddled, trapped and rendered barren. … Continue reading

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THE UP AND UP

Creep. . . itty bitty critter small. . . slow uphill crawl from the parabolic pit of this old year, about to shuck its hull. . . the night recedes days ooze more long seeped minute fractions spread the day … Continue reading

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