Tag Archives: Intelligence

DARE. . . BUT BE INTELLIGENT ABOUT IT

Dare. But be intelligent about it. . . When faced with the likes of a proud and wounded elephant, best not to fight it, shout it, or blithely to ignore it’s there. Respect it, greet it, give it space, and … Continue reading

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BITTEN AND UNCANNILY INTELLIGENT

Bitten, spanked, and twisted arm, sliced down the the throat, wisdom yanked, and chilled in deeper, deepest places that should have stayed secure and vital, toasty warm. Belittled, quashed by rank pulled rank, defeated, so many battles of will, creepy … Continue reading

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COMING OUT OF THE SALONS

When people went to sage salons, engaged in their symposiums, can we, from that, suppose those ones emerged informed, and smarter? And when, today, we court doldrums, do we become more beautiful from hours in beauty parlors? Well, maybe not. … Continue reading

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A V.I.P. YOU ARE

NOTE: Dear Readers, +++++Below please find a poem I am offering in Celebration of YOU, on the 5th Anniversary of The Danforth Anchor. +++++I am deeply grateful for your readership, and truly appreciate your Likes and Comments. +++++Here’s to another … Continue reading

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