Category Archives: Reflections

Some of my thoughts.

FINDING MAGIC

Lazy eyes, ignoring eyes to the magic that exists all around. There is no denying that it is there as it surrounds us in all its forms. The laughter in a child’s eyes, the surge of love that enfolds us, … Continue reading

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NEW LOVE

Be glad for them, those who have loved well. Saddened by a lost love, In the healing have loved anew, Not in the habits and patterns of the old but in the freshness of discovery. Love of another comes quietly, … Continue reading

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TRUE CHANGE

In Life’s labyrinth, true meaning may be obscured by tempting balloons of wealth and erratic paths. For those who have no clear goals nor sense of self, transformation can only be a product of a vision, in thought and choices … Continue reading

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FRETFUL NIGHT

I was awake a lot last night, tossed about from twelve to three, thinking of  something left undone, just guilty and upset with me. It would have taken little effort then, a phone call would have been nice. A few … Continue reading

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FREE FOR ALL

Some things touch my heart and restore my touch of humanity: The soft rain of early spring, sprinkling a carpet of yellow daffodils. The cooling rain in summer’s heat lifting steam from sidewalk and path. The bursting colors of flowers … Continue reading

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WEATHER REPORT

A glowering December sky, cloudbanks in heavy shades of gray, tentative sun peeking through the afternoon’s near dark. Memories intrude of past winters, of wading through hip-high drifts on snow blocked roadways, short miles ahead to hot cocoa. But here, … Continue reading

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ONLY WORDS

In setting out to declaim we too often only maim the language of our native tongue. It was in offer of pure discourse in prose, in song, in poet’s voice that brings some here, who are terse. The multitudes or … Continue reading

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