Monthly Archives: June 2013

swept along – June 29

6.29 he left on the great adventure next stop on the starlight express that we all hope to hitch a ride on   images of heaven, joy, clouds, whatever, speak of life as a start. ad venture. towards.   even … Continue reading

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nite-time light – June 28

6.28 nite-time light finds my way down the orange path to safety all is well.   ———————–  

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long time coming – June 27

6.27 left sciatic nerve kicking in, long time coming, years in the making   like a Hollywood epic that traces itself to the thirties   bodies work themselves out of lifetime’s clicks clacks and cracks   wounds and nippings here … Continue reading

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why does God let people die in bathrooms – June 26

6.26 why does God let people die in bathrooms, his son asked. we have to be somewhere, is all I could think to reply. Our bodies know their limits and their bounds.   I awoke today feeling the limits of … Continue reading

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turn civilization off – June 25

6.25 turn civilization off, the coffee, the web and water   online banking, google mail, gone in the blast of a storm   we look around, gather to chat, compare notes on our brokenness.   vulnerable and un-eased by the … Continue reading

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subduing nature – June 24

6.24 walking around the block again, dog at my side, with a plastic baggie for when he decides to let nature take its course on someone’s lawn. We all live in proximity that no longer allows for nature to do … Continue reading

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when I turn off the radio – June 23

6.23 when I turn off the radio and watch the switch grass blow across the yard, hiding the pond beyond it from my sight and watch a small squirrel move from right to left across gaps of tree limb that … Continue reading

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