Monthly Archives: January 2011

Rainforest #18

Buttons, snaps, zippers close my pants which are too tight. Thank God for stretch pants! ****************************** Ride herd with cowboys; we care for the cows and calves. We love them to the last bite. Bingo! shouts the man. Wins a … Continue reading

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Campfire Stories

Why have books and the Internet replaced stories around the campfires? When was the last time you stopped to watch a line of ants marching with leaves on their backs? Why with all of our time-saving devices, do we not … Continue reading

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June 1, 2011

If I told you that you will finish here June 1, 2011 what do you still have to do? There is no going back, nor are extensions given; less than six months is all that you have. How will you … Continue reading

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My Horse and I

If the boy is allowed to hit the horse, what lesson is he learning: Only fear and pain makes the horse obey. It is possible for an animal to want to work with us out of love and respect? If … Continue reading

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Rules

Of course it is important to know the rules, else how will I know why that man on a one way street shouted, “Idiot, can’t you read?” But knowing rules and keeping them are at the opposite corners of the … Continue reading

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Who Is Wrong?

If I don’t see what you see, does that make me wrong, and you right? Or are we looking in different directions?

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Baby’s Wisdom

Our tools and terms to define the Universe are quaint at best, mostly absurd. Light years, life times, quantum measures. Inch worm, how long does it take to go to the moon without even one leg? Spirit, God, Creator, Divine … Continue reading

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Worlds Within Worlds

Tiny dolls nesting inside of each other. Just when I think I discovered them all, I find another. Worlds within worlds, clues to multiple realities. Sweet water in coconuts and bamboo, Nature points the way, a mighty oak hidden inside … Continue reading

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Walls

“The walls we build to keep others out, also keep us in.” Sound the trumpet of Love, let the walls of Jerico fall. Great Wall of China, Staten Island Dump, can be seen from space; sad message we send out, … Continue reading

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Recipe for Life

1 Skin of the snake – forbidden Knowledge 2 Fairy kisses for magic 3 Measures of trinity 4 Corners of the universe includes All 5 Handfuls of stardust filled with joy 6 Divided by 2 = Divine Trinity, 666 = … Continue reading

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Apple of Knowlege

Cut a green apple through the middle, form a star, symbol of power and protection. Eve ate the forbidden fruit. What was the knowledge she must not know? We spend our life seeking yet do not know what we lost. … Continue reading

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Rainforest #15

A turtle carries his house. Guilt can be a heavy load. What is on my back? Camels store water. What do I put in my hump? Butterflies with joy! Why am I so tired? Carry a rock up a hill. … Continue reading

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What if?

What if there were no more what ifs?

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Evolving

Caterpillars metamorph into butterflies tadpoles grow legs and become frogs, all around me life is evolving moon cycles, seasons blending, time spiraling ever onward. Monet colors blur into sunsets; there are no more hard lines in my life. I melt … Continue reading

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Regrets

A simple turn of a screw would tighten the hinge of a cabinet door that has sagged for many years. Chipped cup with a broken handle gathers dust in a corner, a blouse I never liked hangs limp and unused, … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #14

Mom, am I pretty? Mirror, mirror on the wall, please lie a little. Chocolate’s a sin, what’s more it makes us fat, too. No problem, fat’s in! We like soft pillows, soft bellies are so nice, too. Good-bye, bathroom scale!

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Dreams

A night’s troubled sleep leaves me wondering where we go when in slumber, other realms, past lives old traumas, current desires fears, swirling clouds of unknown. More and more I move between layers of life, here but not here, leaving … Continue reading

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Waiting

Waiting for Prince Charming, for lipstick and high heels, for years to pass, to reach “the right time.” Ah, some day….I sigh with the hopefulness of youth. Waiting in checkout lines, for holidays and weekends. Children soon grown with children … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #12

Did I stop today, Smell flowers full of sunshine? There is only Now. Unicorns aren´t real. Fairies are just for children. Peter Pan’s a sage! If I’m sure I’m right, I’m usually dead wrong! Self-righteousnes stinks!

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Rainforest News #11

Anteaters eat aunts. Do they eat our uncles, too? Why do words confuse? *********************************** Wearing leather shoes, I do not eat meat. Lost integrity! ********************************** Why can I compost manure from cows and chickens, but can not my own wastes, … Continue reading

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The Sapling

Wheels turn slowly shouts fill the air tanned bodies glistening with sweat scramble to safety. Young men shake their heads and laugh in relief that no one is hurt as they look at the overturned truck mired in muddy holes … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #10

Bread baking, cake making smells Floor mopping, bed making day My hammock calls me! ***************************** Three in the morning God wakes me to listen. Can’t this wait ’til eight? ******************************* Flush, please, keep it clean. My throne to ponder and … Continue reading

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The Perfect Rose

Scatter your path with petals of roses, red for love, vital and strong, white for purity–unconditional love, yellow for hope, charity, compassion. Fragrance of roses fills the air awakening our senses. Slowly blossoming into splendor, our souls mirror the perfect … Continue reading

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Twelve

2012, a hoax, misplaced hope, or promise of what’s to come? Divine Mother wears a crown of 12 stars, twelve at the table, 12 sets of ribs, 12 cranial nerves, number of a cycle completion. Circles make us feel safe … Continue reading

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Creativity

There is a creative, meditative state where one loses self, loses awareness of time, when self is suspended as Source manifests. It is the process that is important, not the results. It does not matter if people “like” what I … Continue reading

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