Monthly Archives: November 2016

OH THE SUNSET

There is a man who sees the sun go down most every day. The turning of the earth enthralls him. Witnessing the twilight’s birth is his to see. There’s fading light– no sound.   The trees on the horizon turn … Continue reading

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HAPPY

My sister and I drove our parents crazy with our constant arguing – back in the 30’s. One day, after much discussion we agreed that we would stop bickering if our family could have a dog. We prevailed, and the … Continue reading

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NAVIGATE

I feel a fondness for the word NAVIGATE. I’d like to think that I’ve navigated most of my life – from day to day from year to year, til this very hour.     Now that THE DISTANT SHORE is … Continue reading

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CONSIDERING

I sit by my window here and watch my little world go by.   Or I sit and watch TV and see and hear pieces of the world go by – pieces I have had a share in choosing where … Continue reading

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THE MIDDLE

How have I fared when I compare myself to every man?   How many are smarter than I and how many are there less so?   How many are more clever, more ambitious compared to those below me with those … Continue reading

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IT CROSSED MY MIND

My cap’s visor shaded my eyes some but I could see the sun playing peek-a-boo with fluffy clouds sliding by me in front of the deep blue sky.   I was out there in my lawn chair feeling a warm … Continue reading

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THE MOON

If you are reading this after 6:21 today you are missing the closeness of the moon which got closer to us than it has since I was a college student.   And it won’t be that close again until I … Continue reading

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THE TRINITY WE ALL SHARE

I heard someone quote a sage the other day saying: “We only have NOW”. And I raised questions with myself thinking that was much to ponder – so I did.   I had to make a claim for the past … Continue reading

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