Tag Archives: Seeing

TO GAZE OVER THE STONES

Somewhere hid twixt the stones of difficulty, you’ll find those little cracks called grace. No matter how hard or smooth those stones (or of what beauty), even without squinting to perceive minuti (ae), when you breathe and muster up a … Continue reading

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TO TAKE A BREAK AND MIX THINGS UP

To take a break, to mix things up when at one spate, +++++of no matter what it is, +++++it’s come to where +++++you’ve had enough, means take a breath and close your eyes, allow the feeling of your weight to … 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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PRESENT LOVE TO YOU

Love must be present. Give it to yourself. It helps. Regardless whether you don’t think you deserve better– not by law’s spirt, nor its letter– than what you’ve come to do so far most usually, yourself. Dreams shoved aside. . … Continue reading

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MISERICORDIA

MISERICORDIA Posted on May 19, 2017 by elainedanforth Misericordia– Sun shines now here in this lovely spot in California. Much of warm light it seems I see– perhaps a sign I’ve taken few steps to malign the precious layer each … Continue reading

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HELLO

To say hello is to say you are a human being who sees another human being– step one to activate the flow of all that joins us anyway and opens worlds of possibility we may or not be seeing. And … Continue reading

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ARCHAEOLOGY

Digging through what, to most eyes, just looks like trash. . . A shard, a clue, an arrowhead deft-chipped from black volcanic glass. Unearth what was, detect the trace of bird’s eye flash, with twitch of tiny sparrow’s head. . … Continue reading

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