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The Nature of Daylight

 
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Who's that writing....



get up and dance,
shut your eyes and dance.
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"While you slept I took the time to count the 72 eyelashes on your upper eyelid on your right eye"
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"The true heads recognize the FRUIT! Fruit Of Love for yer ASSSESSSS!!!!" -Kufu

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Press play on one, wait 20 seconds and press play on the other one as well hf

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Poetry as Insurgent Art [I am signaling you through the flames]
by Lawrence Ferlinghetti


"I am signaling you through the flames.

The North Pole is not where it used to be.

Manifest Destiny is no longer manifest.

Civilization self-destructs.

Nemesis is knocking at the door.

What is the use of poetry?

The state of the world calls out for poetry to save it."
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How could have I missed this thread?

Very nice music and resonance.

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Hi Free, it's nice to see you hf
Just fluffing up a quiet place to leave stuff.



I do love Enya, thankyou smile_kiss
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"Got to say mmm mmm mmm x2"






We'll pulp down all those paper pieces til then,
that time; then,
then with all those writings fluid we’ll add petals,
we’ll add petals n' coloured dye.

A silk window framed full and dripping.
Press out firmer crisp sheets to curl,to fold,
to lay between.
Paper Roses.
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Be Lost in the Call: Rumi

Lord, said David, since you do not need us,
why did you create these two worlds?

Reality replied: O prisoner of time,
I was a secret treasure of kindness and generosity,
and I wished this treasure to be known,
so I created a mirror: its shining face, the heart;
its darkened back, the world;
The back would please you if you've never seen the face.

Has anyone ever produced a mirror out of mud and straw?
Yet clean away the mud and straw,
and a mirror might be revealed.

Until the juice ferments a while in the cask,
it isn't wine. If you wish your heart to be bright,
you must do a little work.

My King addressed the soul of my flesh:
You return just as you left.
Where are the traces of my gifts?

We know that alchemy transforms copper into gold.
This Sun doesn't want a crown or robe from God's grace.
He is a hat to a hundred bald men,
a covering for ten who were naked.

Jesus sat humbly on the back of an ass, my child!
How could a zephyr ride an ass?
Spirit, find your way, in seeking lowness like a stream.
Reason, tread the path of selflessness into eternity.

Remember God so much that you are forgotten.
Let the caller and the called disappear;
be lost in the Call.


-
"Love is a Stranger", Kabir Helminski
Threshold Books, 1993
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What's up, siteless & all hi

Haven't watched your video, am on a slow conn. at the moment
It is the Thunderbolt that steers the Universe
- Heraclitus
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Haylewwwww, the moods up, the moon is up, and I'm up and about to log off and grab and read before morning.. stuff, there is always stuff.

Shame you have a slow connection, nothing really relates in some posts, other times there are things I pluck out that tickle me some way or another.

Anyway, you have a wonderful week, happy hump day.
hf
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"Like the bee gathering honey from the different flowers, the wise person accepts the essence of the different scriptures and sees only the good in all religions."
- Mahatma Gandhi








The International Day of Prayer for Peace
21 Sep 00:00 - 21 Sep 00:00

Please be mindful on the 20th because somewhere in the world may be the 21st and please be mindful on the 22nd because it may still be the 21st somewhere in the world, think globally, act locally.
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Swans

Upon dark glassy settled waters,
beneath skies eyes,
Swans sing;
beating their wings against the stillness of air,
they write pages of white,
with their less than beautiful songs
they write deep rippling pages to white,

reflections lost to the shattered mirror beneath their breasts.

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Shifting twilight walks across settling walls
its weighty dampened cloak aiding boot stomp drawls
random drum thumps
silencing into sleepy thoughts
sinking into tired hands and weak arms
beneath a warm ceiling, before a crackling fire.

Pattering lullaby overhead, chicken soup, before bed.
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Suns fingers catch the raven,
luminous purple in my eyes,
tinsel, caught in a vortex created off smooth lines.
Deep shimmering warmth coos softly softly
lifts the mind skyward;
and god is flicking matches to magnesium clouds
they burn like tissue paper in descending light.


siteless.

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strange days


I have been and still am a seeker, but I have ceased to question stars and books. I have begun to listen to the teachings my blood whispers to me: Thomas Mann


There were no smooth seas there.
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"Everybody's talking and no one says a word

Everybody's making love and no one really cares"
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Wade in the water.
Wade in the water, children.
Wade in the water.
God's gonna trouble the water.




Well, who are these children all dressed in red?
God's a-gonna trouble the water
Must be the children that Moses led
God's a-gonna trouble the water.

Chorus

Who's that young girl dressed in white
Wade in the Water
Must be the Children of Israelites
God's gonna trouble the Water.


Chorus

Jordan's water is chilly and cold.
God's gonna trouble the water.
It chills the body, but not the soul.
God's gonna trouble the water.

Chorus

If you get there before I do.
God's gonna trouble the water.
Tell all of my friends I'm coming too.
God's gonna trouble the water.

Chorus

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"We, we ricochet like moonbeams off the oceans surface,
spin through the spiral of a nautilus shell and pause,
to bath in the sounds of waves lapping all existence."


Coffeeeeeeee! Yeah!!!!!!!!

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"One day you feel good and the next you feel bad, and between those two poles are compressed all the joys of heaven and all the anguish of hell. The events that prompt feelings, the justification for the feelings, even the reality of the perceptions that lead to the feelings, are all unimportant; it is the feeling that counts."
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“Your presence soothes me.”

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"I believe your trust was free
Free for all the happiness
and no ones living with regret
One so kind and one so wise
One so kind throughout you life
Fill yourself with dreams
Fill yourself with dreams
Fill yourself with dreams"
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The Lark
by Mary Oliver

And I have seen,
at dawn,
the lark
spin out of the long grass
and into the pink air -
its wings,
which are neither wide
nor overstrong,
fluttering -
the pectorals
ploughing and flashing
for nothing but altitude -
and the song
bursting
all the while
from the red throat.
And then he descends,
and is sorry.
His little head hangs
and he pants for breath
for a few moments
among the hoops of the grass,
which are crisp and dry,
where most of his living is done -
and then something summons him again
and up he goes,
his shoulders working,
his whole body almost collapsing and floating
to the edges of the world.
We are reconciled, I think,
to too much.
Better to be a bird, like this one -
an ornament of the eternal.
As he came down once, to the nest of the grass,
“Squander the day, but save the soul,”
I heard him say.


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"Ordinary people it's okay
you don't have to wear those wings
they're stupid things.
I know some dizzy, easy heights
don't stop your life at the lights."
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"I have never been able to find
out precisely what feminism is:
I only know that people call me a
feminist whenever I express
sentiments that differentiate
me from a door mat."


Rebecca West, 1913

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"Sometimes there is a fun boat in life."
Shall she never sink.
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1doh1 Bright sometimes, 'innit?
"Two roads diverged in a wood and I, I took the one less traveled by." The Road Not Taken — Robert Frost, 1916
[link to www.bartleby.com]
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"You can't get lost on a straight road;
And a spine is like a map;
One which ruffles n sways,
leads fingers following it
home."




You can never practice enough kindness.

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1doh1 Bright sometimes, 'innit?
 Quoting: Blueacres



Yes

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Aimee Allen:
Calling The Maker

Get my money back, pay my bail
Put me baby in the county jail
Do my time, Lord, and I won't tell
Everybody, everybody going to hell

Pick back my fat, skin my bones
Thirty-two teeth crack throwing stones
Call on Jesus, bring us home
I ain't done nothing but love
I ain't done nothing but... hey love

Chorus:
All hands are calling the maker
Dirty with the salt from the undertaker
Damn, I hear John the Revalator
Mama's in the kitchen dancing and singing

All hands are calling the maker
Dirty with the salt from the undertaker
Damn, I hear John the Revalator
Mama's in the kitchen dancing and singing

Get my money back, I pay my bail
Put me baby, put me baby in the county jail
Do my time, Lord, and I won't tell
On everybody going to hell
Pick back my fat, skin my bones
Your teeth crack throwing stones
Call on Jesus, bring us home
I ain't done nothin' but love
I ain't done nothin' but love

Chorus

Yeah, I hear him come down the hall
With a tip tap, high clap, voodoo doll
Congo, bongo, blood lust song
White witch playing on a tree trunk gong
It's a boom clack, boom clack on my door
Click the key before's there more

I ain't done nothing but... hey love







Mama's in the kitchen dancing and singing
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"[hands]
I would dial your ten digits
if my telephone didn’t have twelve
tones of your heart, and open palms
like eyes gazing towards the skies
above, or below, the grass, the ground
the empty sound of a molten core
melting, heating… churning."



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