Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Reflection on Poetic Conventions

A Reflection on Poetic Conventions   Occasionally the lines don’t flow, They jump and jiggle, And wave and wiggle, And I let them, I don’t restrict their growth, Sometimes following convention – Does not map onto my jumbled thoughts, And … Continue reading

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Screaming silence: When you can’t stop thinking!

When the music is off   Whenever I turn the music off, When that glorious buzz of static dies down, Images swim, Across the empty mind they dangle, Like flaccid puppets, Sometimes my energy carries them, Plays out the sequence, … Continue reading

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A Mindful lunch

Meditating on interconnection over lunch Today I went out for lunch, I had a vegetarian quiche with salad, I’m grateful for it, For each mouthful, For each person who aided in growing the ingredients, In sourcing them, In making this … Continue reading

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