Tag Archives: Light

SAVOR THIS

Savor that taste. . . that breath. . . that cheering beam of light. . . there is no knowing beyond that. . . Some more may come, for you to see– but looms too the possibility that before or … Continue reading

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THE SANDS OF TIME FLOW INTO WINTER

The hour glass allows the sands to run– it doesn’t ask what you might want. . . Right through the eight-shaped bulbs grains flow straight down, and curve into a rounded heap, be it in fog light flat or intermittent … Continue reading

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DO NOT LOOK BACK. (WELL, SOME SAY THAT).

Do not look back (Well, some say–that. . .) And, OK yes, I sort of get that forward movement is meant to be our main direction. And yet, you lack if ne’er you do hold up and view the backward-looking … Continue reading

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THAT CLEARING IN THE FOREST

My world grows oh so big, and I feel small, though now the physical equivalent of of a wild tree grown full and strong and tall. . . The forest grows within itself a brightly sunlit clearing. It draws my … Continue reading

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LIGHT TO PENETRATE MY EYES

I am allowing light to penetrate my eyes. Birdsong¬† to clear routes into my ears, Fresh air to whisper on my skin like a lover’s declaration, a sweet caress to reassure, a sweep of energy to mesmerize. Breath to fill … Continue reading

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LIFE GOES ON– WITH A MIND OF ITS OWN

Life goes on with a mind of its own but it doesn’t always tell you what it’s thinking. Unless you listen. And look and smell and taste and feel. You might miss much (or not) by blinking. For, even with … 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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