Tag Archives: Movement

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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THE DRIEST TEAR

The driest tear that will not come. . It is the one that needs most the heart and eye to clear, to wash and mend the vital part where it comes from. . . Do not fear when the flow … Continue reading

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NOW, NOW, NOW!

Now Now Now! Just give it here. . . I need it more than you do, anyhow! Take, take, take!– If I hear with attentive ear I notice, sure, that before long things get so, so heavy and woe add … Continue reading

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WHAT TO DO NEXT, YOU WONDERFUL YOU

Now! And yesterday?– Not here, no sense!– Leave that aside, direct more to the fore your eyes, for time is of the essence. . . Take your present power, take stock, look at that fence, and feel out, careful, plank … Continue reading

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A GENERATION’S LEGACY

A generation. . . an accumulation. . . a mess. . . countless trials, errors, tribulations– the present moment is your test. . . Can you initiate accrual’s excruciating slowing and eventual cessation? Can you let in sufficient breath and … Continue reading

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FROM THE CENTRIFUGE TO THE HORN-TOOTING JINGLE

Taking refuge in the centrifuge. To submit to be thus whirled out of center, out into the world, to mix and mingle, just as a house to maintain warmth needs both its inner hearth and outer layer of shingles. . … Continue reading

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GOING FOR IT– NOTHING LIKE IT

Going for it. Nothing like it. Really the only way to know what will occur– With that big pile of wood you’ve so long stacked, the only way for it to serve as fuel is to ignite it– Well, it … Continue reading

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