Monthly Archives: July 2014

Making the right choices

Following the path whilst fatigued Sometimes the sun drops down, After the end of a very light day, Your shine begins to flutter, Conflicting desires, We cannot satisfy them both, Energy streams merge, Birthing confusing and suffering, We must not … Continue reading

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On retreat

These are a few of the poems and reflections I wrote whilst on retreat. I hope that you enjoy!   This is day two   The dew on the grass looks like specks of crystals in the sunshine, On the … Continue reading

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Butterfly in the night

Butterfly in the night   We saw a white butterfly, The doors were closed, There was no wind, But its gentle flutter, Around its mother, Reminded us of you.

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Reflections on samsara and impermanence

I’ve written quite a bit these last couple of months. There is something about sadness which makes me reach for the pen. Not all of it has been about grief and self-absorption, I’ve been away on a meditation retreat and … Continue reading

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