Category Archives: Poetry

Street Fairs

I love street fairs fruit and vegetables displayed with artistic flare farmers, heros of the day There are no styrofoam trays food wrapped in plastic just fresh picked carrots, beets, corn in colorful array. Cheeses, home made breads, people visiting … Continue reading

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What Went Wrong?

Milk bottle by the door creme on top milk delicious cows contented, chemical free Thump of the newspaper delivered to your door by a boy who never heard of drugs String tied around brown paper covered cheese saved for a … Continue reading

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New World #1

How would the world change if every person had a piece of land that could never be sold, taxed or taken, only passed to the next generation in the family? What would happen if there were no walls, fences or … Continue reading

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Don’t Go

Friction conflict fight battle war death… the cycle begins again Wars are profitable. Do they “just happen,” or are they planned for profit? What if there was war declared and no one showed up? Soldiers are told they are nobly … Continue reading

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Fragments of Soul

Eight billion fragments of one soul connected through the Divine Matrix. What if it is true that no one goes to heaven until everyone is ready? Would we help each other then?

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Less Is More

Before, my life was endless need. a non-stop desire for more of more. The paradox is that now I know that it is less and less that fills me with contentment; a blue butterfly nearby good book enjoyed in the … Continue reading

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Red Ribbon Child

Child with red ribbon Peaks around the magic tree Don’t steal her childhood

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Too Easy?

Maybe the problem is that the answer is too easy. We are geared to think we need gurus, courses, commandments laws, suffering, a bed of coals. But, what if this is not true, that none of that is important? It’s … Continue reading

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Non-Memories

My mind is filled with non-memories hazy half-recollections barely imprinted yet still with value. I have moved in and out of the valleys of hell; each time bringing back a trophy: understanding, compassion for those who stay, strength for having … Continue reading

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Never Even Tried

How often I think I can not do something so never even try. Failure without attempt surely limits us all. What is the shame of not being able to do something if we have given our all? Go ahead — … Continue reading

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Unique But the Same

I will not be molded to another’s expectations. Life’s paradox–unique but the same. The complexities of life have been stripped away. I will not be molded to another’s expectations. Whispers within mark my path. Sacred is each step when I … Continue reading

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Material Girl

No jewels adorn me thieves do not want my car I hold no title to land nor do I put my name on a house yet I am richer now than I ever was when I stockpiled shopping binges There … Continue reading

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Volume Turned Down

Quiet is my life now Turned down the volume of life A single flute plays

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Wrong End of Binoculars

Looking through the wrong end of binoculars condenses your opportunities to grow. Everything seems so far away impossible, yet turn the perspective around see close-up this beautiful world shimmering with expectation of a life well lived with hearts open and … Continue reading

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Seven Year Cycles

Seven year cycles of lessons; first half you struggle to learn, second half you implement. Where are you on this cycle? What is the life lesson for now? Observe these patterns for they hold valuable clues that can help you … Continue reading

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Running in Place

Running as fast as you can, yet stuck in the very same place. Your world is caving in leaving nothing but shattered dreams. When the dust clears you find that all is lost. You have now reached your starting point… … Continue reading

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What I Don’t Want

I don’t want to be someone’s dream PhotoShop fantasy mirage of desire trumped up model of who I am supposed to be For our Creator made me uniquely me, blessed me with a soul. He gave the life I need … Continue reading

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Hot Buttons

Hot buttons, push at your own risk! Do you know your melting point? We often ignore our signals that show us we are feeling too much stress. Hungary, tired, rushed… need time to be quiet, recharge? Avoid those explosions that … Continue reading

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Well of Stupidity

There exists a well of collective stupidity. I shake my head in disbelief as so many line up to drink its bountiful waters. Yet, I know I’ve filled my cup there on occasion for its water tastes sweet until it … Continue reading

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No Connection

Many people have little or no conscious connection with Source. Intuitive knowledge is lost in technology and busyness. Mankind feels hopelessly removed, isolated, filled with despair that leads to cynicism and self-destruction. Without this connection to Source, man has no … Continue reading

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Shifting Realities

A shift of reality is like dying everything gets disconnected then reconnected at a much higher energy rate. In that period of change, it can be perceived as a moment or months. You feel the shift, but maybe or maybe … Continue reading

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Free-floating Guilt

My guilt list is absurd: being vegetarian and wanting meat, finding most social gatherings boring, not wanting to help someone I’ve already helped too much. On and on it goes… our guilt–self imposed or brainwashing by religion, society or family … Continue reading

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Everything’s Fine

Boo-hoo, crybaby, wimp no tears allowed hide 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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