Tag Archives: Heat

TO DON MY BEST INTREPID

As life goes on, there comes a time I’ve got to don my very best intrepid. Too long have I longed for hot or warm but settled for just tepid. . . So, right now I will cut brave paths … Continue reading

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HOW TO BE HOT AND CHILL

When dead of winter licks like piling crystalline snowflakes or hits you like a pitter-patter rainy ton of bricks, you gotta learn to find within yourself just what it takes, to mend your frozen pains and aches and activate your … Continue reading

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A LOT OF HOT IN AUTUMN

a lot of hot in autumn. . . moving molecules we’ve got, sent up to top while cooler, stiller ones stay close to bottom. . . we’d best not buy too many fruits, for before we succeed to eat ’em … Continue reading

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BEFORE THE HEAT BEGINS TO BLISTER

Now’s the time to reconcile and mend, with your neighbors and your kin– on anything that has been rent, or over which you’ve grown to differ. If you can, go make your overture with grace and style, considering it won’t … Continue reading

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ORDER AND DISORDER MINGLE

order and disorder mingle. . . almost with a passion. . . something there I can’t say where comes to breach the heretofore perceived wide chasm. . . stillness meets movement heats cold tingles. . . crucial things carve panoramic … Continue reading

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SOMETIMES GOD IS GOOD

Sometimes God is good. . . and even merciful. . . after a hefty dose of grilling in a crucible, to test one’s mettle, and one’s faithfulness, and the lens color of those world-peeping specs. . . We’ve yet to … Continue reading

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SLEEPY HEAT

sleepy heat. . . the sun pounds its tirade. . . even in the shade. . . surrender– part and parcel of how one can fend here. . . accept the penetrate effect of all the rays. . . move … Continue reading

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