Tag Archives: Present

SAVOR THIS

Savor that taste. . . that breath. . . that cheering beam of light. . . there is no knowing beyond that. . . Some more may come, for you to see– but looms too the possibility that before or … Continue reading

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I AM ME

I am me. The only person I can be. That is OK– I’m really meant to be exactly as I am– yes, just this way. This is now. In the past, there was a “then,” I grow bits different every … Continue reading

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LIFE NOT PENDING

One special thing to know of life– it’s really never pending– beats of the heart, breath after breath, or even if these for a short while should chance to stop, while we yet on this Earth still walk, to the … Continue reading

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DISTRACTION

Distraction. So common now, to mention its strong drain on power seems almost an infraction. A detour from whatever’s your intended fruitful action, which keeps you poor in pocket, spirit, and much more, as you connect with hot spot towers … Continue reading

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THE DARK OF NIGHT IS HERE AND NOW

It’s here. It’s now. The dark of night. The struggle between might and right. The tales of what’s been said and done, and those ones who thus become merely just”them,” and all because they’ve never clearly really been quite close … Continue reading

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WED NESS DAY

Wednesday’s maybe wed to Ness, a dark, old Loch where a creature dwells that’s all too often mocked, and no one hardly sees. . . But one day, we may be surprised if one day, Nessie comes to rise, and … Continue reading

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TO THOSE WHO LOOK LIKE THEY JUST LOST THEIR BEST FRIEND

There’s times words spoke to glum-faced ones, will tend to note, “You look like you just lost your best friend. . .” But maybe it is sometimes even harder, when they know just where their best friends are, but their … Continue reading

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PRAYER

The act through which we present ourselves to ourselves for true understanding, and hold tight, for a bit, till one clear voice tells the things we must clear from our lives and our shelves, and what we must gather and … Continue reading

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THE TREASURY NOTE

It’s important to note, as you go through your day, almost by rote, that what once was a very rare pleasure has now become an everyday treasure.

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THE SHIFT TO WINTER TIME

The shift to Winter Time. . . a stiff adjustment when bliss of habit (or maybe just encrustment) that’s begot more offspring than a rabbit, must we excavate painstakingly and kiss goodbye, (dagnabbit!), for as we check our wrist to … Continue reading

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