Tag Archives: Summer

FOG THICK– A POEM IN FOUR MINUTES

A poem in four minutes fog thick that veils the August sky with gray but brightness makes me feel I’m in a spacious and a lively bubble. . . the freeway brushing sound. . . the soaring sweep. . . … Continue reading

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FRIDAY ZUFRIEDEN

Friday and zufrieden. . . a very peaceful feeling. . . a moment sweet to cap in paix a warm and medium-eventful day. Perhaps a momento mucho bueno from right here this August night, to catch the shooting stars according … Continue reading

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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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ABAKE ABUZZ

The sun’s abake the world’s abuzz. . . and rushing ’round at such a rate– If your question would be, “Why?” I fear I’d have to say, the answer’s just, “Because.”

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A DAY WELL DONE

Evening holds its sway. . . moon’s bright light, full spectrum. . . crickets, chirping echoing– they have their say, as I’m reflecting on a day well done: keeping practices and promises, completing foreseen actions, carved out time for prayer … Continue reading

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BEFORE THE HEAT BEGINS TO BLISTER

Now’s the time to reconcile and mend, with your neighbors and your kin– on anything that has been rent, or over which you’ve grown to differ. If you can, go make your overture with grace and style, considering it won’t … Continue reading

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IN MY ELEMENT

Late summer’s day, so light and warm– a farmers’ market. . . buy from old friends. . . find much bright food– a most productive junket. . . And then, I go straight home and cook it– feeling easy. . … Continue reading

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