Tag Archives: Water

ALL HANDS TOGETHER

Hands together. . . Yours to mine, Mine to mine, Yours to yours. . . We touch our hands in twos, in threes, in little groups, in crowds, in scores. . . we breathe we drink the water accept caress … Continue reading

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MOURNING AND JOY

The still air carries the mournful sound of a lone flute. A symphony lurks between the feathers in the flutter of a bird as it springs into flight. The oars stroke through reflective dark water ripples sound like wet whispers … Continue reading

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STREET REPAIR

Street repair. . . It takes an awful lot of noise to fix the cracks and pits the chips and nicks, and what all else they’re digging for all too nearby, out there. Drills’ shrill pounding, deep resounding, hits me … Continue reading

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WHAT CAN I SAY IN FIVE MINUTES?

What can I say in just five short minutes? Why comes the punishment down on one who is innocent? It’s an imperfect world. . . yet, we all must live in it. Though the surface shows bare, there’s actually riches … Continue reading

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WHEN HEAVY THINGS DO WEIGH YOU DOWN

When heavy things do weigh you down, go blog it. But soon, one day, if you keep on too long that way, lightning may strike right in your way, and you really must unplug it. That kind of connectivity in … Continue reading

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WHEN YOU PLANT A LITTLE SEED

When you plant a little seed, there is no knowing of the plan for what it will grow up to be. But, plant it, feed it give it water, light and love, wait for the rain, keep watch through drought … Continue reading

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LIFE SIGNS LOW, TIDE HIGH

Life signs low. But tide is high. Seagulls guard their new and stagnant bay-filled lake, a crater in the cool beach sand. Sandpipers flit at water’s edge and sit, and flap and peck and talk in wait. Hell’s here with … Continue reading

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