Tag Archives: Walking

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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THE INVITATION

It’s enow to make you fit and start as if hit by cupid’s dart, when someone begs you from the heart, “Please stay.” You don’t yet know exactly how or understand the way. But it’s a game that sights the … Continue reading

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BE WHATEVER AGE YOU ARE

Be whatever age you are. Each merits its own joy and pain; its crawls, its steps, its leaps its ease its strain. . . At each natural pinnacle and erected fortress turret, a different mode and mood you move to … Continue reading

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TAKE HEART– YOUR HEART

Take heart. Your heart. If you can. When you can. And listen to its beat. Feel it, sit within it, don’t retreat. Feel the feel between the beats, and soak in all the rich fresh air that’s infused through lungs, … Continue reading

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STIMULATING MORNING WATCH

A wooded walk– not one just pulled from daily stock– all seemed so still. . . until I heard a muffled ruffle. . . and looking up, I saw the freshly landed feathers settle on the wings of an overlording, … Continue reading

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