Tag Archives: Walking

I’LL LET NOT DUSK

I’ll not let dusk leave me here in the dust. Nor fall, the steep descent of autumn. I’ll pry the stubborn, creaky door, with late day sun my eye to bless, and I’ll break out and put my feet smarts … Continue reading

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RED AND GREEN AND BROWN AND GOLD

There is the red and green and brown and gold, fall shrinking leaves, which people beautifully that pair of Western Redbush trees that, catching slanting autumn light, shone from behind, do kiss my eyes. . . These trees I see … Continue reading

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THURSDAY 30

The square says 30, it’s a Thursday, outside it’s pretty. . . the music felt on earth, in sky and sun and air, in swinging arms and striding legs, singing reflex kept quite calmly, quietly in check, a peaceful break … Continue reading

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WHAT WERE THOSE WORDS UNKIND AND TRITE?

What were those words, unkind, and trite? The ones that picked and pricked to bring your every single flaw to light. The ones that hurt but somehow dug a deep deep hole and put that nonsense into you. . . … Continue reading

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MORNING WALK IN COOL CREEK SHADE

Morning walk in cool creek shade amused by pups that on me wish to hop, a neighbor met, a pleasant talk. . . That done and said, the day’s bright path toward higher ground, forth right from here is amply … Continue reading

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SEIZE THE SATURDAY

Saturday– a time to seize a gladder day. . . So rub your eyes, and let out groans as well as weary yawns and sighs, and stretch your sleepy head to toes awake, get in your groove. . . And … Continue reading

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THE MOMENT OF NAVIGATION

Observe and wait. Cheer and spectate. There’s much to learn and so much fun in all that stuff that you have done, in your time lived in that crate. But, what would follow if, for a change, you’d navigate around … Continue reading

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