Monthly Archives: April 2011

Tortuous snake, meandering so

Tortuous snake, meandering so twisting carefully along the spine there you lie, without beginning or end a head!  A tail! . . . lost in the distant passage of time your groaning hiss . . . such a delight cutting … Continue reading

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A dream about going to school for work

I dreamt that I had to go to some school for work.  We were all crammed into this bus like sardines.  I wondered why the whole company had to go at the same time.  What for?  After getting there, we had some free … Continue reading

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My weakened condition makes me shake

My weakened condition makes me shake teetering on a fall what can my weakened limbs do, heaving under my heavy weight? on the brink of a fall, my mind reflects seeing a fall . . . oh, I fear an … Continue reading

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A dream about a dark warehouse

I dreamt I went into a warehouse that was dark inside.  Everywhere there were things stacked about, stairs, and walls.  I could only see where the light shined through the doors and windows.  I was with someone.  I recall mentioning … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the seeking of calm

The seeking of a calm, I think, is a good thing to do.  It’s not easy though.  One of the ironies of calm is that a person must work for it.  Not only that, the work a person must do to … Continue reading

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Squashed have I become in the great light

Squashed have I become in the great light turned into cinder, ash, and smoke there I see the great soul bearing down upon me spreading forth its embracing arms but I . . . I have become nothing . . … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how putting things in context is better than any learning

I have found that learning or discovering things isn’t as great as it’s made out as. It seems the really important thing is not learning or discovering something but putting things in context. This means putting things in their proper … Continue reading

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