Monthly Archives: August 2011

Effort

We who carry effort Are weighed down By other people’s business, By luggage and pain We cannot alter because it’s not our name On the baggage claim.   We who carry effort Are bent beneath Memories in fossil form, Lifetimes … Continue reading

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Ego Embodies Light

Ego holds Spirit Like mead in a golden Loving cup.   I lift it with both hands And drink.

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Solitude

Solitude is The grass before it’s eaten The milk before it’s drunk The world afloat like cream In possibilities

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Compassion

compassion is a deep still place love without ego time hung on the tipping point, and resting.

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Old Knees

Old Knees (1)   I carry in my knees The weight of the world on my shoulders I carry those Whom I do not perceive as capable Of travelling their own road.   Lifetimes have I stood here in this … Continue reading

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From Fear to Freedom

Fear Not The first steps away from fear Bring, predictably, More fear to light.   If I cease to comb the fur of my anxieties, What fleas will overrun my life?

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Will Your Self-Esteem Let You Meditate?

This poem was inspired by a friend who recently discovered that yes, she was worth it. Meditation Space The sign says, “Enter in peace,” And peace is my destination.   But wait, I trail Streamers of anxiety, To-do’s and should’s … Continue reading

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