Tag Archives: Moon

ESCAPE VELOCITY IS HIGH

Escape velocity is high. . . We’re bound to gravitas, our weighty planet, made of water, mud and rock and moss, in such a way that is what is– we did not plan it . . We can build a … Continue reading

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EACH DAY, ONE SLIVER

Each day, one sliver grows the moon, until it’s full– then, daily slivers shall it spurn, in long nights dark and taciturn. But, if we linger long enough, and look, we will learn, that, somewhat soon, with each month passed, … Continue reading

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PASTEL LIT DUSK

A pale orange moon, rising veiled by gray cloud stripes dusk’s sunshine for my walk.

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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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LISTEN TO THE SOUND OF YOUR OWN VOICE

Listen to the sound of your own voice. Inside your heart, your gut, your throat, your head. . . Even if no one else outside of you can hear that anything is being said, Don’t lose the track of that … Continue reading

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FROM THE CROOK OF THE ARMS OF AN EARTHLY MOTHER

Comfy and warm in the crook of the arms of an earthly mother. . . Lit by the points of the stars and the moon and the sun of the one I’ve been told is our father– yours, mine and … Continue reading

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ASCENDANT IN THE HARVEST SKY

Night falls. . . cricket calls. . . blue darkness comes to drape behind the black-appearing oak’s thick to spindly finger branches, spun from its trunk so sturdy broad and tall. Eyes raise to gaze at a slow ascending, brilliant … Continue reading

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