Tag Archives: Thoughts

MY BUDDY THE BUCKEYE TREE

Oh, broadly spreading buckeye tree, you are my friend! You lay a cozy place for me, where I can lean or climb or sit, and modulate the bright sunshine, breathe, and slowly become one with you, as I linger here … Continue reading

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ANCHOR ME

Anchor me, you slithery words, from my tossing turbulence and largely wily, little wise , habitual mentality. . . a source, ’tis true, that lacks that cool air of neutrality. . . And yet, these thoughts this heart, at times, … Continue reading

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SAILING NEAR THE SIREN SONG

Stop. Recall what day you do now live, and what hour of the clock. When long at sea, the sun gets hot. The wind will whip the boat will rock. The rain pours wild, and sometimes violently– So, when you … Continue reading

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GRATEFUL FOR THE MEAL, THE GREAT OUTDOORS, AND EVEN MOM

Grateful for this summer’s day, though, for my taste, I could find another yet so much more lovely and more temperate. . . Grateful to the great outdoors with branches overhead instead of roofs. . . with dirt and growing … Continue reading

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