Monthly Archives: July 2016

Rubbernecker

On your worst day, I see you slumped on the shaded seat. Your paling face soaking slowly with red through the white. Blond hair in a bob, falling like a plumb line across your cheek. Perhaps you are sleeping, or … Continue reading

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Seven for a Secret

Rags of night scatter in the green grass green as that palace on the high hill. Beaded eyes glitter as I count them nine by nine. That was the summer I learned all the fairytales were true. The sun bleached … Continue reading

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The Breath of a Poet: Breathing as a spiritual tool

Pause and be still. Take a moment simply to listen to the play of sounds around you, and then within you. There is one sound always present: Your breath, swelling then ebbing like ocean waves, or the whisper of the … Continue reading

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