Tag Archives: Movement

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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WHEN YOU DON’T KNOW

Whether you for sure don’t know or maybe, in this dreary weather, you really just don’t think you do, how things are, or which way they’re meant to go, try turning from the “I don’t know,” toward the plain “I … Continue reading

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MOVE. . .GET IN YOUR GROOVE

Move to stimulate, get in your groove. . . And soothe. . . So much you can, although you’ve not set out to prove a thing– Just to allow the solid portion of your starry self to stir, and maybe … Continue reading

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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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