Tag Archives: emotion

Some Days ~ River Dixon

Reblogged from River Dixon: There are days When this world proves Too much for me I was stopped At a crosswalk To let a woman and her children cross A baby under one arm Two small children rushing To keep … Continue reading

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Choose your own adventure…

New Year …  it is one of those threshold points where we resolve to make a new start… quitting bad habits, starting a health kick or a new project… drawing a line under some aspect of the past and moving … Continue reading

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Layers #midnighthaiku

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Calm ~ Bladud Fleas #writephoto

Calm Excites Calm excites. An accidental paradox. Emotion springs, gathers in pools, gains ground, and flows: a vibrant stream; a turbulent brook; a rolling river, winding down but never petering out Continue reading at The Moon is Rising

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Choice #midnighthaiku

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Guest poet: Tempest ~ Two poems

Ful – Less Today it matters. Tomorrow it doesn`t. Does it matter? Do I matter? Did it ever matter? Does it still matter anyway? Matters.? Meaning.? Sense.? Relevance.? Love. One day you love. Next day you forget. You deny it. … Continue reading

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Ebb-flow #midnighthaiku

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Called #midnighthaiku

Calling to my heart Rise and ebb of summer tides Earth’s breath in water

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Written #midnighthaiku

Tongue-tied emotions Verbiage spilled unspoken Fills virgin pages * Words that have voice Passions revealed by the pen Remain evergreen *

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Under the sun…

“Thirteen thousand miles… How is that even possible???” We were talking about distances, my son and I, and having established that the Great Wall of China seems impossible, we then discussed the relative distance of the moon from the earth, … Continue reading

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