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May I see with my heart and feel with focused awareness. May I hold strong to who I am as the world rushes around me and through me, in the world, but not of the world and ever mindful. May … Continue reading
It takes a gypsy to catch a gypsy. And birds of a feather….well, you know. I love the way we find each other, wounds and all.
I originally penned this back in 2006 when my daughter was younger. She’s just turned 13 and she’s managed to keep a sense of wonder about her that always makes me smile. This is for her… “Joy Is” Joy is … Continue reading
Can you hear it? The ancient hum of an old forest, the sway of the harvest in the fields, the gentle babble of a stream over smooth stones, the choreography of fireflies on a summer night. Can you hear it? … Continue reading
I’m in the mood for a good storm. In my mind it would begin like this: early autumn evening cool electric twisting trees the color of fire clouds hurry, racing twilight dark dancing towers froth and provoke an indigo bruised … Continue reading
I need to park my snark silence my sarcasm and muscle my meanness into submission. I need to shine and be salty think on loveliness and gravitate towards true beauty. I need to acknowledge darkness transform and BE light, love, … Continue reading