Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Everything’s Fine

Boo-hoo, crybaby, wimp no tears allowed hid your pain frustration and fear we want only brave boys here Generations of people who must deny or hide what they really feel when, at a gut-level, they know that there is something … Continue reading

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I’m Old Enough

I am now old enough to laugh at my guilt, know that god theories aren’t as important as playing with a puppy, dramas don’t make life more meaningful, English muffins taste better with butter. I am now old enough to … Continue reading

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Not a Dime!

LOL, I just realized that I posted this twice. How gracious all of your are to not say anything about it. I am not going to own up to old age, but rather tell you that I receive the poems, … Continue reading

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Value of a Poem

Baby bears stocking feet give a smile to all you meet Nonsensical poem with rhyme total waste of my time I’ve tried, oh yes, I’ve tried but mine ain’t worth a dime! *********** A childhood song that flashed through my … Continue reading

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Corn-on-the Cob

Eating corn-on-the-cob can be an art carefully consuming row after row although some randomly gobble it up. Perhaps this is a metaphor for how we approach life. Do we gobble or pick and choose? Is one “better” than the other? … Continue reading

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Yet, What If….

Mary had a little lamb and all the doctors fainted. This childhood joke fascinates me as I ponder the possibilities of cross-species mating — mules to Rosemary’s Baby, now cloning, genetic modification, super race intermating alien seeding make me wonder … Continue reading

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Which Door?

Be careful which door you open who…or what you invite into your life. This is not a game, but an insidious affair that lures us with sweet temptations adventure, mystery and power in exchange for our souls.

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Pigs in a Pen

Pigs in a pen rooster with a hen jello that shakes Mama bakes a cake all is well with farmer-in-the-dell The best thing about childhood memories is that I can brush them off and enjoy the sweet ones forgiving all … Continue reading

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Try Again

Try again another day renewed resolve let failure be stepping stones lessons on what not to do When does determination become hard-headedness? Knowing when to try again or wait for a better time is a judgement call made with intuitive … Continue reading

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Beware of Generosity

Guilty of unwarranted generosity so what is the price to be paid? Is it possible to do anything that is not self-serving in the end? Are we the ultimate receivers? And what happens when our reward is not given? We … Continue reading

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When You Arrive

Some truths should not be revealed until their time. But when is that? When you are prepared to handle the result of knowing. Like the Tree of Knowledge, the apple is not to be eaten until the fruit is ripe. … Continue reading

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Doubt Blocks

It is doubt that keeps us from moving into the Force. We must establish our intent then proceed, banishing doubt, opening to allow Spirit to come through. It sometimes happens all at once, other times more slowly as we experience … Continue reading

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And So the Story Goes…

Simultaneous lives in multiple realities allows us to return to create a different ending. A tragic childhood broken marriage lost faith can be changed through our intent, knowing that as we create the other version so it is manifested freeing … Continue reading

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Pat’s Pondering — Evil

Is evil found only in man or does it exist as a separate force, “The devil made me do it” question of many generations? Do we create darkness with our minds sending out animated thought forms of evil, or are … Continue reading

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Realm of Inconceivable

Moving into the realm of the inconceivable where my perception reaches its limits. For it is here that Source removes all barriers I have raised and fills me with Light until I overflow with the knowing that nothing will ever … Continue reading

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Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood seemed very naive to me. Even as a child, I thought her easily fooled by the wolf in Grandmother’s clothing. Yet the story has an important message; certainly I have had times when I ignored signs … Continue reading

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What Is Life?

Life is an arena filled with gladiators lions, tigers, and bulls. Yet life is also a meadow star-flung sky unexpected find of wild berries. Life is the theater a stage on which we play out our stories sometimes hero, sometimes villain, … Continue reading

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Understanding Poetry

You do not need to know what this poem is about; you only need to feel its essence, that is, what it awakens within you, longing, confirmation that you are not alone, feelings of hope, joy, faith. If a poem allows … Continue reading

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Our Collective Flaw

Our great collective flaw is our disregard of our connection to Source and all life. Our relentless busyness mixed with our fear insulates us from perceiving, or admitting when we do understand, what it is that forms our essence. Let … Continue reading

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Gone

I am no longer concerned about the daily world. I am in it, but no longer belong. I have let go of the concerns of others paying little attention even to my own patterns of life. Released from humanity I … Continue reading

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Act Instinctively

The secret is to act from a gut level. Thinking too much trips you up. Life is not about reason; intellect becomes a glue that leaves you stuck. Open your intuitive sense walk as a jaguar soar currents with a … Continue reading

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Unspoken

Sometimes the answer comes, not in words that can be spoken, but in a knowing where words can not go. One crosses the barrier to heightened awareness as one moves into another reality each passing forming a bridge that makes … Continue reading

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Ruthless

Ruthless, cunning mixed with sweetness… incompatible, you say. No, when mixed with patience one holds the key to the doors of other realities. In this world, I have no business being certain about anything and mostly, I am not. Sometimes … Continue reading

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So Small

Curling up in a tiny ball making myself smaller and smaller trying to escape nowhere to turn Can not hide any more feeling the roots take hold sprouting to the sun spreading across the globe reaching out to all seeing … Continue reading

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I Said It!

There! I’ve said it can’t take it back sent out the ripple that circles the world. Where the words destructive or will they inspire? Each time we speak, we must make the choice, indifference, inattention does not negate affect. Oh, … Continue reading

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