Tag Archives: Warmth

TO DON MY BEST INTREPID

As life goes on, there comes a time I’ve got to don my very best intrepid. Too long have I longed for hot or warm but settled for just tepid. . . So, right now I will cut brave paths … Continue reading

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PRESENT LOVE TO YOU

Love must be present. Give it to yourself. It helps. Regardless whether you don’t think you deserve better– not by law’s spirt, nor its letter– than what you’ve come to do so far most usually, yourself. Dreams shoved aside. . … Continue reading

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SLOW FOX

Quick quick quick, get it done, have no fun, let the tension get real thick. . . Oh God! Oh No! That’s the way will make me sick. Quick quick, yes, but add some slow– quick quick slow quick quick … Continue reading

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THE FIRE OF LIFE

When you want the light and warmth, but gray-black smoke to billow up and forth, where it will rise away from you, Proceed, with care, to stoke the fire and build it up with ample force, but keep your mind … Continue reading

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CALL OUT THE TROOPS THAT LOVE

Call out the troops– not the ones that fight– the ones that love, and let them engage with all those who need them and bring warmth to their hearts, though they may sometimes veer far from the fire of a … Continue reading

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FROM THE CENTRIFUGE TO THE HORN-TOOTING JINGLE

Taking refuge in the centrifuge. To submit to be thus whirled out of center, out into the world, to mix and mingle, just as a house to maintain warmth needs both its inner hearth and outer layer of shingles. . … Continue reading

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FROM THE CROOK OF THE ARMS OF AN EARTHLY MOTHER

Comfy and warm in the crook of the arms of an earthly mother. . . Lit by the points of the stars and the moon and the sun of the one I’ve been told is our father– yours, mine and … Continue reading

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