Tag Archives: perception

the squirrels are running – August 15

8.15.2017 [the squirrels are running] the squirrels are running unseen. but specific branches are moving thirty forty fifty foot up in those trees and there’s no wind. where they prance dance jump twirl in a chase of of passion or … Continue reading

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easter dinner – April 16

4.16.2017 the family feast gone, more food than possible because each brought, made provided more than asked   and consumed, ate, took, less than expected.   but the conversation said hello, and little voices played around the table feet and … Continue reading

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direct apprehension

4.7.2017 hearing God’s voice directly.   asking and waiting for a word.   a sense attribute more lost than found   for secular us. ————

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mid-lent – March 24

3.24.2017 mid-lent, when ice starts melting water flows and my heart begins to open to movings other than my own.   mid-lent, mid life, mid storm mid desert places of peace begin to emerge out of places I wasn’t looking. … Continue reading

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looking up, looking down – March 21

3.21.2017 on our walks she sees eagles and I see muskrats   each of us innately looking up looking down   between us hoping that we might scan the world. ============

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taking a moment – February 16

2.16.2017 taking a moment to write stop pause and open to the day.   to let flow out what entered in   the cat walking by to sniff and sneeze the dog raising at his name   footfalls careful along … Continue reading

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January thaw – January 30

1.30.2017 there’s something about a January thaw that does a body good.   we walk to the waterfall where the flows pulsing behind a yellowing wall of ice   feed into the widening maw of deep copper below   and … Continue reading

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