Tag Archives: Darkness

Pragmatism

One night recently I woke up–suddenly, anxious about the future and my honest abilities to actually do this work. I took a breath, noticed the tension in my body, and focused my attention on some truths. The truth is, I … Continue reading

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Time to Feel

Once a young girl stood at the brink of a beautiful day. The day beckoned her with its wild purple and gold wildflowers glittering in a sun so bright the warmth of its embrace filled the air with the sweet … Continue reading

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A Woman’s Business Plan

For the last two weeks I have been agonizing over the elements of my business plan. This is required writing in order for me to receive unemployment benefits while I am establishing my business. The roadblock for me is that … Continue reading

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Deeply Into the Night

The ugly, wretched crone Stands alone in open meadow Dark Sky Thunder and Lightning surround her There is no light Tears ooze from every pore of her body. Rain pours down in torrents Her clothing – ragged Her feet – … Continue reading

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Hello darkness my old friend . . .

I’ve come to talk to you again, about a vision softly creeping,  left its seed while I was sleeping. And the vision that was planted in my brain still remains within the sounds of silence. Sounds of Silence, Simon and … Continue reading

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She

BEFORE she ever knew what it was, She Knew. Stones along the path Invited her forward. Never alone. NEVER alone. She made her way sometimes gingerly sometimes boldly sometimes Completely Consumed in Darkness, Confusion, Pain There She learns the Mysterious … Continue reading

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