Tag Archives: poetry
I’ve been spending a seriously crazy amount of time alone. At home. Alone at home. It’s almost 3 pm, and I haven’t changed out of my pajamas, seen anyone, or left the house. And I’m happy. I am eager to get out soon, yet all of my activities thus far today have been very satisfying. [...]
A tender poem for the closing of a year and the opening of a new one. May you each have space to grow and flourish in 2010. Happy New Year! “Source of Nurturance,I have enough space in which to growif I will let myself believe it.Each moment you offer me your deep embrace.I need only [...]
I just had to write about my love for California, her scents, and a special memory in the form of a poem. Here’s rough draft. Please post your suggestions and comments! I’m open to refinements. +++++++++++++++++++Even the faintest scent of this sweet blossomMoves me to the memory of that warm, succulent March evening:While walking to [...]
I’m feeling low energy today. On the verge of tears for some reason. Maybe it’s the wine I had last night or the many days of rainy weather in a row. It’s winter in California! Well, at least we’re reducing our rain shortage and hopefully preventing a full on drought. Maybe these thoughts from an [...]
The mark of a moderate womanis freedom from her own ideas.Tolerant like the sky,all-pervading like sunlight,firm like a mountain,supple like a tree in the wind,she has no destination in viewand makes use of anything life happens to bring her way. Nothing is impossible for her.Because she has let go.