Tag Archives: Light

MIND, BODY, SPIRIT– STRONG AND WEAK

The flesh is weak the flesh is strong many pleasures does it seek which wear it down and build it up, the wish of meek may add to others till the list is very long. . . The mind is … Continue reading

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A LEASH LIKE A GOLDEN SASH

Keep yourself upon a leash. . . But, let it feel much like a golden sash, one that grows up myriad woods of giant trees, which filter bright sun darker, denser than does your own grown squinching prism that skims … Continue reading

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THE CHARM AND DANGER OF A CRYSTAL BALL

The charm and danger of a crystal ball. What you would know could seize and hold thee in its thrall. Adieu, good night, let sleep’s strange dreams do better to illumine heart mind and soul in a way that steers … Continue reading

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THE MOVES OF PUSH AND PULL

‘Tis good and apt to move and act quite stiff and quick on fair and proper warning, but much more rich to breathe fresh air, in calm and patience full and thick, where eyes and spirit open up to wide … Continue reading

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ALL HANDS TOGETHER

Hands together. . . Yours to mine, Mine to mine, Yours to yours. . . We touch our hands in twos, in threes, in little groups, in crowds, in scores. . . we breathe we drink the water accept caress … Continue reading

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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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COUNT THE GOOD

Count the good– the room to breathe, dependable solidity (yeah, knock on wood). . . But feel, too, the tough– the moments when you deeply grieve, the pains with which you heave and seethe, boot-shaking things that have you shudder … Continue reading

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