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HEAR, HEAR!

Etchings on a tinfoil sheet. . . Wax cylinders not of, but for, the ears. . . disks of black evolved from that, , , and later rainbow arcing little ones that shine like silver, all the voice and other … Continue reading

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STAY WITH ME, YOU THING CALLED LOVE

Hold steady. you all-inclusive, into my smaller self intrusive, crucial thing called love, Stay with me until I clearly feel and see I can be taller, weller, and of my goodness more profusive, to live at last a life that … Continue reading

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TO HEAVE AND TO HAVE

Heave? Yeah, sometimes, you gotta heave. More so than maybe you’d like to believe. But, already, without any further effort, notice you already have. Yes, have. Just have. Notice how it feels to have persons, places, things, all while the … Continue reading

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WHAT YOU’RE CUT OUT FOR

You have been cut. Yup. You feel as though you’ve had enough. No shred of oomph to think of triumph and go on, like one of scruff, to do the things you know could make it better. . . So … Continue reading

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THE FOG BURNING OFF

OK, it’s Saturday, and the fog is starting to burn off, exposing the part of the world where I live to the greater Universe. Who is watching? Do they have something to say, long, medium or terse, about the big … 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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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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