Tag Archives: development

Taking small steps towards change

A Careful Inch An inch, We’ve moved an inch, Better than standing still, Better than spinning in circles, A tentative, timid inch, We’ve proved that we can walk, We’ve shown ourselves, Convinced ourselves, That one day we could learn to … Continue reading

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Training the Stuck Mind

Stuck in time We talk forever of round in circles, Everything spirals, There is no control, Just fantasy, We don’t even govern the speed, Or direction, This ‘life’ of ours flows on, In chaos, We talk of forever, We talk … Continue reading

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New Year, New Resolutions

I thought I’d write a short poem to welcome in the New Year. I hope that you enjoy!   This Time of Change   Cold ice lines the ground, A bed for fresh dreams, For new discoveries, This time of … Continue reading

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Taking Refuge After Tragedy (Part 4)

Broken cuckoo clock   My mind fears that it might forget, Every smile, Every tear, Every playful game, All the idiosyncrasies which make you, And so it replays every moment to me, In blinding detail I try desperately to conjure … Continue reading

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The Myth of Aging

The myth of aging Still captured by the fire, Still as sparked into flights of fancy, Still as absorbed by the transcendental, I was once an infant, I’m now in the land of adults, But not much has changed, Just … Continue reading

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