i remembered leaving arriving too but in between no crumbs well no visible crumbs i'd left no trail because I knew I wasn't lost just not there thoughts of crumbs drifted by now and then like nostalgic cloud pinky-white fluffs whispering re-member they occupied time and a space until i … Continue reading now(here)
"There are 3 masks: the one we think we are, the one we really are, and the one we have in common. Neutral mask is the one we really are, the one that allows us to take off all the other masks. Neutral is holding the centre - moving with grace, dignity, power, and direction. … Continue reading flip side
and what if i wrote with garden shears all scissory handed across the years of trim and clip and all senses eased creating a space for bounteous bees this pollination we must try keep unless for our Earth we wish tears to weep the garden of life we must help grow with seeds of love … Continue reading insecticide
to coney-catch an ambodexter needs a swipe both sides of that nikum's face gotta appeal twice right? rouker talk outta do it make him think he's a percher of some sort ruff it up and step back before he knows it all turns swerk and we teen him proper now he'll … Continue reading sting
no morning sun rose in me this day no birdsong lifted my spirits they were present as always but hope was not not for the wanting though i want to hope i hope to hope again i want to see a way i want to break from this grip of dark but it … Continue reading hope falls
what to do when faced with challenge? run away? stand your ground? or refuse the fight or flight response by freezing? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ submission for Marian's Fussy Little Form prompt over in the Imaginary Garden.
this net cast and pulled in it's own weight disguising any catch or lack thereof not a single word is snared just rope and holes that are not really holes more a lack of net that cannot catch words unless they do not exist and so i cast invisible open up and … Continue reading catch a train