Monthly Archives: August 2013

Internal freedom = External freedom

An internal solution to external pollution   Like a young child in a theme park, I’m ignited by experience, Eager for more, Will a lifetime’s meditation still that craving? For within constant seeking there is as much fatigue as there … Continue reading

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Meditation, hinderances and inner transformation

Sometimes the earth doesn’t move   In the hustle and bustle of existence, With gingernut peach tea and a canvas to paint my thoughts, I sit waiting for that trickle of creativity to stir within, Thoughts from the morn come … Continue reading

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An alcoholic ex-mugger told me to mind my bag…

Stories from the gutter The loitering drunk, Like rats creeping through the gutters of London, Wiley nocturnal beings, They wobble along the pavements, Can-wilding, Confused, Grinning, With no real destination, Like Shakespearean players, Trapped in a desperate situation? In their … Continue reading

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Every moment is precious

Whilst I wait Forever waiting, Waiting for the train to come, For the tea to cool, For others to come on board, For the fear to fall, For dreams to come to life, Until the time is just right, Forever … Continue reading

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Modern Haiku (Part Two)

Two Haiku and a very short poem. Hope you enjoy! Trying to organise this world Ticking things off this list, Mother Nature never ticked, Leave this messy playground.   Seesaw Things they come and go, A harmonious ebb and flow, … Continue reading

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