Wednesday’s Words

Wednesday, December 16th 2020 Whole Fill it up Adjust internal vision Feel for precision Overflowing cup Be the light, it’s all life No repair All is right Enjoy the air You, me, we The same yet unique Becoming and complete We are entwined Forever and awhile We go again And again Don’t give up LookContinue reading “Wednesday’s Words”

Wednesday’s Words

Wednesday, December 9th 2020 Canceling Scheduling then cancelingAdding now overflowingDesiring then dreadingCancelingToo much too fastSoar high then crashHandle the candleSmall flame little burnWind gusts fire spreadsChatter imbedsKeep it lightBy natural design not by mightFlowing with a feelingOf pleasure and interestEnergy that’s freeingEmbracing the newWithout the need to be the one whoDid it allAll aloneCame andContinue reading “Wednesday’s Words”

Wednesday’s Words

Wednesday, November 11th 2020 Let it Come No more gatheringLet it comeI’ve criedI’m driedDoneLet it come Time spentEverything wentMy mind friedHands were tied No more gatheringPicking upWhat didn’t fitPutting backToo tired to sitI’ve said it allLet it fallCrash down around meDone gatheringDon’t need it all Let it comeNo reason to stallWe’ve tried it allDoneI’ve criedI’mContinue reading “Wednesday’s Words”

Wednesday’s Words

Wednesday, November 4th 2020 Deeper Surface fake faceLayered preserved Italian cakeNo useSaying it true so blueI’m good tooNot my caseI’ve comeHome in headClouds breakMy partPlungeFeelBecomeDeeperHeart breaks for all that’s been doneSoul shouts of what can still becomeDoesn’t matterBreathing deeper underwayForgive the pastTake it backFocusListen clearlyStop the buzzI want to hearIt’s all okI’m good tooIt’s beenContinue reading “Wednesday’s Words”

Today, I consider myself lucky.

It’s my choice. Friday, September 25th 2020 “Every Day is a New Life to a Wise Man.” – Dale Carnegie “Happy is the man, and happy he alone, He, who can call to-day his own: He who, secure within, can say: ‘To-morrow, do thy worst, for I have liv’d to-day.’” – Horace, Roman Poet Today,Continue reading “Today, I consider myself lucky.”