Tag Archives: Transformation

LIFE– LIFTING UP THE ANIMATE

Life: lifting the inanimate into the realm of growing, being, doing– the brightest of all elements, and when rain clouds dim and darken the time and space where hearing ear perks up to hearken, and pleading heart beats, wrings its … Continue reading

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DO NOT DESPAIR

Do not despair. For a dark and dire outlook, when twisted, tweaked, or briskly shook, can with a clever hand be shaped, if outlook has a muddy face. . . Or if a rigid, rocky, sharp-edged view, hope from despair … 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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DARE, BE BRAVE, AND SHOW YOUR FACE

Dare be brave and show your face– you may be scared– but who knows what or whom you’ll save, simply in your keeping faith and showing up, in the open where your gifts and needs proceed yet in their growing … Continue reading

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MERRY. TO MOVE ON OR TO TARRY?

Merry– a reason good to tarry. . . feel the presence and the love of blood, and of people whom and into whom you or they have married. But is the road to love them, nudge them not to stay … Continue reading

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TWO BOLD STROKES

Two bold strokes of an old quill pen, and on she signs, as she tosses the life that she learned by rote, to write a life that can let her smile again.

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THE FACE OF MY MOTHER, THE FACE OF MY FATHER

The face of my mother. . . the face of my father. . . the face of my brother– all of these I see in the mirror. . . Struggling hard not to be dusted under the rug, forgotten or … Continue reading

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