Tag Archives: Senses

WONDERFUL FALL

Think of wonders. . . graceful light, memories that elicit tears, warm feelings, and delight. . . sun slung in a much lower cant, than when nearer summer solstice our days ran. . . ambient power supporting purging all those … Continue reading

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CHECKERBOARD ABOVEBOARD, AND WHAT IT GETS ME CLIMBING TOWARD

When a pretty checkerboard that spans the floor comes aboveboard, its sunny yellow warms my spirit, its cooler blues calm my body mind, and, once I to a sky high spot along some magical bean stalk, have climbed, I bend … Continue reading

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HEART BREATH

Take a breath, and open up the space between the cells that form your heart, though, to expose your soul in such a change abrupt feels like to dwell in your dark nightmare of death, Exhale, inhale. . . and … Continue reading

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THE OPPORTUNITY

Will I find me the opportunity in the operating system? Will I blindly beg for immunity, so I can diss all pursuit of my serenity and bypass it, with my own liberal permission? Will I be inclined to ignore the … Continue reading

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HOW TO BEGIN, WHEN ALL’S BEEN SAID AND DONE

When all is said and done, it has all, in greatest likelihood, been said or done. . . so then, it just may be the way to be original is just to be. . . and then you’ll find just … Continue reading

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YOUR CHOICE OF NOISE

Our modern world is brimming full of noise. . . Sometimes you opt just not to listen to it, or suddenly find your senses dulled, diminished adjusted so to tolerate it, But, for everyone, there is some kind of limit, … Continue reading

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A GOOD DAY TO CHEW

Chewsday. Each Tuesday’s a good day to chew, with worldwide fellows who’ve set aside this day to chew with you. So, when you go to grab your food, pause to remember– God made you, and saw that you were good, … Continue reading

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