Tag Archives: Thirst

A CERTAIN THURSDAY THIRST

There’s a certain Thursday thirst that knows that Friday is acoming. Maybe plans for your weekend have your joyful, dreaming head a’spin, or maybe with this week near done you are quite done (it was that dumb). . . but … Continue reading

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THE FOG BURNING OFF

OK, it’s Saturday, and the fog is starting to burn off, exposing the part of the world where I live to the greater Universe. Who is watching? Do they have something to say, long, medium or terse, about the big … Continue reading

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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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THE POWER OF A HALF AN HOUR

What the human you can do, even when a little loath to, in just a half an hour abuts what a drop of morning dew can do to moisten, glisten, and wash dust off the thirsty petals of a morning … Continue reading

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WONDER RAIN

The long awaited flow of water, fallen from the sky, over, into land, creates a base to nurture animals and plants. . . and, if we learn the art of sharing and of sparing, as is proper, we may also … Continue reading

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THE COLOR OF A SOFT GRAY DAY

A soft gray day, late January. . . the pale sun, the ambiance so airy breathe life and light to spring’s small blooms, and gentle pop of squirrel peep, plus bubbling fresh birdsong. . . the clear, cool warmth, the … Continue reading

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ALL THAT GLITTERS (BUT’S NOT GOLD)

All that glitters is not gold, like, for example, one: the shimmer of the water on a mountain lake flowed down steep from lofty peaks in melting seasons after it has snowed– A pristine place for life to gather, its … Continue reading

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