Tag Archives: Joy

MOURNING AND JOY

The still air carries the mournful sound of a lone flute. A symphony lurks between the feathers in the flutter of a bird as it springs into flight. The oars stroke through reflective dark water ripples sound like wet whispers … Continue reading

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THANK GOD FOR WHATEVER’S WORKING

Thank God for every big and little thing that’s working. . . for so much stuff acts up like duds and wrecks your natal urge to sing, as it heavy on your calm and natural joy is jerking. Focus on … Continue reading

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CHANGE YOUR STORY

Provided you speak true when telling what you are or what you do, you might just want to think again on how you tell your story. So much depends upon the tale you pick to tell– a certain very well … 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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BE WHATEVER AGE YOU ARE

Be whatever age you are. Each merits its own joy and pain; its crawls, its steps, its leaps its ease its strain. . . At each natural pinnacle and erected fortress turret, a different mode and mood you move to … Continue reading

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SAILING NEAR THE SIREN SONG

Stop. Recall what day you do now live, and what hour of the clock. When long at sea, the sun gets hot. The wind will whip the boat will rock. The rain pours wild, and sometimes violently– So, when you … Continue reading

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FRIDAY. . . NOON TIME

Friday noon time. . . “my oh my!” day hump time “I am still here, but why?” day. . . so close to free,” “I taste it from my skull down to my thigh” day Impatiently, I sigh day. . … Continue reading

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