Category Archives: Insight

But Now I See

This morning I read a post called “Perceptions” written by blogger “Butterfly Sand” about disabilities and how they can be perceived by strangers and casual acquaintances.  It bears an important message.  As such, I am republishing this post I made … Continue reading

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Night Walk

Rain slicked streets glisten Neath yellow stains of light Silent save the splash Of random steel phaetons Moving stealthily to or from Goddesses of the dark Wait in the shadows Dressed to entice Street seduction Painted faces, pasted smiles Paradise … Continue reading

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In A Darkened Room

In a darkened room Where movement is But heard or felt Contact incidental Sounds without shape See only with our minds In a darkened room All are the same Bodies without bias Opinions vetted Ideas exchanged Between unseen sources In … Continue reading

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Something To Think About

1. All the people in the village decided to pray for rain, so the next day they all gathered for prayer, but only one boy came with an umbrella… That’s’ Faith! 2. When you throw a baby in the air, … Continue reading

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I Am – You Are

I’m suffering a little writer’s block right now, so here is one from the archives, first published in Aug 2012. I recently read a poem by Shel Silverstein from his book “Every Thing On It”.  It is called “Masks”.  It … Continue reading

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Home For The Holidays

Home: noun -The place (such as a house or apartment) where a person lives The above, as defined by Merriam Webster, is what a home is supposed to be.  I do not totally disagree, but I do think it falls … Continue reading

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The Greatest Sounds I Never Heard

 The greatest sounds I never heard The sweet kiss of a child Communication without words The power of a smile Snow falling On a silvan field Heads bent in silent prayer The touch Of anothers hand To let you know … Continue reading

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