Tag Archives: Mending

LIFE NOT PENDING

One special thing to know of life– it’s really never pending– beats of the heart, breath after breath, or even if these for a short while should chance to stop, while we yet on this Earth still walk, to the … Continue reading

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REARRIVALS

Hands. . . hearts. . . story strands. . . sweetest trips to foreign lands, and even sweeter rearrivals, upon return to that home place that was my start. Clever tricks with rubber bands bare toes run through gritty sands, … Continue reading

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THEN AND NOW– THE WAY OF THE WORLD

We have things now, gadgets, stuff, waxy plastic paper cups, and wonderful machines, for which, once, there was no knowing or know-how to fit them in our hand or cuff– or rashly make or think them up– not even in … Continue reading

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WHEN IT’S NOT PRETTY

Things outside do not look smart or pretty, It’s time to breathe, dive deep inside, start to construct a different city, Mend or render soon irrelevant all that divides, obstructs, blocks parts or parties that ought to flow and merge … Continue reading

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INHABITING THE POWER

Cleaning is. . . Mending is. . . Healing is. . . +++++++++++++++a ritual. The gleaning, wending, feeling of their deepest power lives +++++++++++++++in their simple daily practice +++++++++++++++by their dutiful enactors, And grows +++++++++++++++past what any human body knows, … Continue reading

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BEFORE THE HEAT BEGINS TO BLISTER

Now’s the time to reconcile and mend, with your neighbors and your kin– on anything that has been rent, or over which you’ve grown to differ. If you can, go make your overture with grace and style, considering it won’t … Continue reading

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AN OPEN HEART RISKS LOVE

an open heart risks love, so likely to be broken. . . but a broken heart is more than likely to be open. . . the flow of blood and love– the better chance to be received. . . where … Continue reading

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