Tag Archives: Imagination

GORGEOUS DAY

Gorgeous day, , , windows swung wide open bird song heard and warm fresh air invited in there, although the extended invitation’s mandatory, not an option, it moves and soothes whoever dwells within, So, by good fortune, in the mix, … Continue reading

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A CERTAIN THURSDAY THIRST

There’s a certain Thursday thirst that knows that Friday is acoming. Maybe plans for your weekend have your joyful, dreaming head a’spin, or maybe with this week near done you are quite done (it was that dumb). . . but … Continue reading

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PAINT, PAINT, PENCILS, PENS, AND DOTTED LINE!

Paint, paint. . . Finger pressure smooshing colors on the paper, very bold. . . the memory’s faint. Tell a tale, with curled up paper tweaked, and ripped into a spiral roll to make limp leaves bean-stalk-like, quite fit to … Continue reading

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YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE

Live your life– do simple things or intricate, as time and space let or require. Do days, sleep nights. Allow the ripple rings­­­­­­­ +++++ and wakes ­­­­­­­+++++that your three-plus dimensioned­­­­­­­ +++++movement bring to wave through winding channels deftly cut deep … Continue reading

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PAIN

Pain a wistful gripping at the sunlit window pane. . . to see and to imagine from under shaded canopy a veritable panoply of things i can and cannot see that I can shun or choose, and lose or gain. … Continue reading

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A LITTLE GIRL SAT PLAYING ON THE CARPET

A little girl sat playing on the carpet. Outside, there pattered rain. Inside, lamps shined to show the colors bright in her eyes, her smile, and on the long hair of her black-lashed fashion model dolls, and the violet umbrella, … Continue reading

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WHEN THINGS DON’T WORK OUT, REMEMBER. . .

When things simply don’t work out, don’t get all wimpy, remember what your life and dreams are all about– don’t get too thinky along a path that lets them shrink to skimpy. . . Retain a smile, even if it … Continue reading

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