Tag Archives: Movement

THE POWER PUSH OF SPRINGTIME

The springtime rises, ever green– gentle, blooming, beautiful incomparably powerful a world that lay in dormant rest shoots up again to muddy-lush, to make it seem as if all life would ever move this strong and up and flowerful. . … Continue reading

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THE POWER PUSH OF SPRINGTIME

The springtime rises, ever green gentle, blooming, beautiful, , , incomparably powerful. . . a world that lay in dormant rest shoots up again to muddy-lush, to make it seem as if all life would ever move this strong and … 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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THE RIGIDEST OF STILLNESSES

There is a movement in the rigidest of stillnesses. be quiet, eyes wide or closed ears plugged or open throat tight or soft let body breathe and notice feel it, taste it relax your head around your brain and fall, … Continue reading

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GORGEOUS DAY

Gorgeous day, , , windows swung wide open bird song heard and warm fresh air invited in there, although the extended invitation’s mandatory, not an option, it moves and soothes whoever dwells within, So, by good fortune, in the mix, … Continue reading

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YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE

Live your life– do simple things or intricate, as time and space let or require. Do days, sleep nights. Allow the ripple rings­­­­­­­ +++++ and wakes ­­­­­­­+++++that your three-plus dimensioned­­­­­­­ +++++movement bring to wave through winding channels deftly cut deep … Continue reading

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A FABLED FEBRUARY DAY

A fabled February day the brilliant one I did not have today. . . and yet, there passes yet another, though the sun sinks low, and light does fade away, this other day I’ve actually had and am here still … Continue reading

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