Tag Archives: Nature

RED AND GREEN AND BROWN AND GOLD

There is the red and green and brown and gold, fall shrinking leaves, which people beautifully that pair of Western Redbush trees that, catching slanting autumn light, shone from behind, do kiss my eyes. . . These trees I see … Continue reading

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FLYING CREATURES

Flying creatures flit and flutter ‘mongst the bushes, flowers and trees, along with clouds and wind, the soaring aspect of all nature. . . Some buzz, some chirp, some swoop, some siphon nectar, each along its special vector. . . … Continue reading

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NATURE AND BENEFIT

There is the benefit of nature and the nature of the benefit. Discerning these, not being thrown by nomenclature, until one learns to turn with ease to choose those brand new, wobbly paths, in constant searching for a better fit … Continue reading

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YOU DO SUPERBLY. . . KEEP DOING THAT

Remember what you do superbly. Think of it later, often, and surely, early. And be sure, keep doing that. That way, no matter what many (or even ANY) of them say, you have no need to hide yourself or what … Continue reading

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LETTING WINTER VISION IN

What can I say? The rain, the snow this time of year will have their sway. Much needed, but, in some places, overbleeded, to form a flood with tons of mud which washes homes and sends some folks to early … Continue reading

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Seize the day. AND Let it be.

Seize the day. AND Let it be. Spread down, extend the roots and reach up the branches, bring birds and squirrels in cahoots, just like a wildly planted sturdy, broad, and tall oak tree. Stay tightly in the bounds of … Continue reading

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WHAT CAN I SAY IN FIVE MINUTES?

What can I say in just five short minutes? Why comes the punishment down on one who is innocent? It’s an imperfect world. . . yet, we all must live in it. Though the surface shows bare, there’s actually riches … Continue reading

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