Tag Archives: Health

ALLOW ME

[This one is a new and (I think) improved version of an older poem, which I originally posted on January 13, 2015.] “Allow me. . . ”: Something someone says to you, in kindness, and in offer of a service … Continue reading

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THE DISSECTION OF IMPERFECTION

Inefficient imperfections. . . Missions impossible: should you chance to choose accept them, perform some clean but yet not mean dissections. . . The tasks cannot be done for, thus to cutcau you cannot just remove the single thing which … Continue reading

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BLESSED WITH OPTIONS

Of all the options with which an ailing person may be blessed, if one could choose only one thing, spare the infusions, salves, medicines and deconcoctions, though these, some days, might do some good in their careful, measured using, one … Continue reading

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LOVE YOURSELF! EVERY DAY!

Love yourself! Every day! Breathe in your heart, your gut, your cells– from skull and spine to every finger and toe digit, To learn just what it is to love yourself, to bring you happiness and health in every moment. … Continue reading

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CHEWSDAYS (song)

To be sung to the tune of “School Days” by Will Cobb and Gus Edwards (1907) Chewsdays, chewsdays. . . chew your food on Tuesdays. Chomp on your food till its mashed to bits Then chew it more till it’s … Continue reading

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THE WAY TO A MAN’S HEART

If the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, take care to give not so much as will stick to his ribs and spread them wide apart– for then, the state of his healthy, happy heart could plummet. … Continue reading

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THE BEST REMEDY

The best remedy the world has got. . . Homemade by me, served hot into my cup, straight from the soapstone pot. . . It helps restore my energy and life to balance, through many different sorts of challenge.

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