Coveting All That I Am

Coveting All That I Am

On the precipice, something colossalDeliberated about for eons, such timesEmanating from the sun, waves of activation On your obsessed mind, Susie Q’s pubesNever to be seen again, the shagginess within.The key to tending, all that’s in there.Not wishing to be … Continue reading

Abracadabra…My Daily Practice

Peace from mind,extricating the design of the past.I’m in my heart,bridging the gaps of present conditions.Clearing disturbances to reconnect with the diamond sun,to create something beyond,to see a better for all. Pleading the muffles to boom and clatter and for … Continue reading

God’s Country

God’s Country

No question whose country it is out yonder. City slickers have a whole lot of words these days. Words create separation. Good thing there aren’t many out this way, only a beating heart to be heard. Nothing else instructing it … Continue reading

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

Be Kind For It Has Always Been You

In Suzanne Simard’s discoveries, she witnessed trees sharing “information that actually is important to the health of the whole forest.” In addition to warning each other of danger, Simard says that trees have been known to share nutrients at critical … Continue reading

Evermore

Evermore

A-dios. The past,closed.finito.no entry. Along with it, woes. Longed-for. In multitude, gratitude.depth.bliss.much needed, beauty.Illuminating the universe, you and me. Felt,and knownfor some timea single tone,for all to resonate with to orchestrate the most glorious symphony ever to be heard.

From ‘What to Remember when Waking’

From ‘What to Remember when Waking’ To become humanis to become visible,while carryingwhat is hiddenas a gift to others. To rememberthe other worldin this worldis to live in yourtrue inheritance. You are nota troubled gueston this earth,you are notan accidentamidst … Continue reading

Fill Her Up Some.

Fill Her Up Some.

This is where we’re at and I’m going to need a refill where I’m headed. No room for that madness or blame, nor sorrow nor shame…I only wish my head was clear before I took his name. What a blessing … Continue reading