Tag Archives: Road

LOW GEAR IS WHERE YOU GO

Low gear. It’s where you go when you know a hill is near. It helps you climb, or, when descending, bide your time, to make it safe and easier (though the road is steep and rough and ever-bending), for you … Continue reading

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GETTING TRACTION

beginning. . . getting traction. . . the first two steps on your road to all the rest, including winning back the ground long since slipped from your control– though for eons yet untold was it a part of you, … Continue reading

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PAIN NO GAIN

Pain is NO gain. . . nor does it name you to any Hall of Fame– at least to none on Earth that be at all humane, and which have for you and humankind your lasting basic worth in mind– … Continue reading

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THE COLOR OF A SOFT GRAY DAY

A soft gray day, late January. . . the pale sun, the ambiance so airy breathe life and light to spring’s small blooms, and gentle pop of squirrel peep, plus bubbling fresh birdsong. . . the clear, cool warmth, the … Continue reading

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THE PERFECTION INTERSECTION

the sole worth of the notion of perfection lies in the place where it with road of life makes intersection. . . perhaps more often so not so much through action but in looking how things have gone and how … Continue reading

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ELUSIVE IS THE ROAD

Elusive is the road. . . at times it winds sharp turns– pointed, sheltered, lean. . . at others, open, broad, exposed alike to whipping wind and gentle rain to bitter snow and warmest sun. . . the suppleness to … Continue reading

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WRINGING IN (AND OUT) THE SPRING

Spring time the through-the-wringer time the core-dry tree, the core-dry me seek to muster up the sun within amid the fluttery bluster that sends see-through blossom petals into the air, and forth a floating way before they settle and make … Continue reading

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