Monthly Archives: October 2014

Growing through Grief

  Picking up the cutlery In rage we threw everything, Forgot that we’d have to make it perfect, Forgot that all would have to be replaced, They lie there faceless, Open mouths with no breath to protest, In rage we … Continue reading

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A Bit of Kindness in the Capital

A walk through the capital Sunshine city walk, Concrete trees as scenery, Country withdrawal. Welcoming a newcomer I gave a smile, No smile passed back to me, A boundryless gift.

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A mindful pause to observe my world

I’ve been trying to be very mindful of my environment this last week. I think sometimes we can get lost in the hustle and bustle of tasks to complete and errands to run, that we forget that there is a … Continue reading

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