Tag Archives: Star

ONE, TWO, THREE– SEND A POEM DOWN TO ME

One, two, three– send a poem down to me. . . Four, five, six– blow a candle, make a wish. . . Seven, eight, nine— send me breath along with rhyme. . . Finish off with count of ten, and … Continue reading

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BE WHATEVER AGE YOU ARE

Be whatever age you are. Each merits its own joy and pain; its crawls, its steps, its leaps its ease its strain. . . At each natural pinnacle and erected fortress turret, a different mode and mood you move to … Continue reading

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GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS

Your whole story you don’t need to tell– you are who you are, living under bright, warm shelter of your star– you know it well. . . It is not them you need to tell the story of your life. … Continue reading

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YOU ARE A STAR

You are a star. We and the stars, comets, planets– for example, Earth and Mars– are all drawn from one place and one same stuff. Remember that. You scintillate. You are enough.

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DROPPING THE NEED FOR EXCUSES

Once you drop the need to make excuse for everything you are and every thing you ever did or were, and then you cut you loose from all of your life’s chains and pains so slow assumed or suddenly bequeathed … Continue reading

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THE LUMBERING STAR

When you begin to drag and lumber, and all you want to do is slumber, think back, to times you felt more in the act, even if you must look far, it’s crucial you remember who you are, for that … Continue reading

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A LIST COME TRUE

Make a list, and stick to it. . . that’s almost better than if you rubbed a lamp +++++with hands +++++or edge of sweater, blew out candles, or hurled a penny in a river, to make a wish. . . … Continue reading

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