Tag Archives: Seasons

PAIN: THE BUMMER AND THE UP-AND-COMER

Pain. It’s hard to name it anything except a bummer. But, you wish you will be worth your self and name. . . Therefore, you let the fact of how it hurts become your friend to teach you better means … Continue reading

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TREE POSE

Fall moves strong, a downward swing– I find the way, much like a tree, still to stand , arms stretched like sturdy branches, persevering, to do all that I need to do to live my life, through all my losses, … Continue reading

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BREATHE, PEACE, POWER

Breathe. . . slough off the stress. . . accept whatever hint of peace you can accept, let go the grip you have on pain, so you can cease to seethe, forget the fearsome, sad and angry tales you tell … Continue reading

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RELAXING WINTER’S GRIP

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, deep winter blues loose the worst grip of their clenched talons, as slow unwinds this first week of the year– a wet, dark, low and floating balance, Last day of this first line … Continue reading

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YELLOW CLOUDS SO HIGH, SO BRIGHT

Yellow clouds so high so bright, as old year cedes to lengthening shrouds, and day segues to broad cloak of starry skies of slow-expanding night. . . For now the reign of sun speeds its way down– but, at our … Continue reading

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THE SWEETEST SUN OF WINTER

There’s nothing so sweet as our sun’s dawn on days of the year when night grows very long– except maybe the following bright morning through the golden afternoon, or the final glimpse of of red daylight when sunset comes around, … Continue reading

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LOVE SENT BY LIGHT SCANT

Love sent to the Universe, as our current globe stance drinks in light scant, from sun’s low curve slant– not much there to disburse– our world grows ever darker as the power of the year unfurls to its nadir, whence … Continue reading

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