Category Archives: Free-writing

Maddening: Yeah it is

Maddening – when I must write.  How I can have a million words in my mind, none worthy to say.  An internal dialogue that I can never shut down with no one clear story to tell.  Notebook in hand with a … Continue reading

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collective disease

Writing this after binging on the news – all the anger and hate. And all the reactions that come from the same place. And this political undertow trying to catch hold of our ankles in these fear filled waters in … Continue reading

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Differences and Revolutions

  The last prompts for LYL’s Start a Blog challenge were what difference do you wish to make in the world and what revolution will you lead.  It was sent over a week ago and I don’t know that I … Continue reading

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Showing My Work: Anatomy of a Post on Desire

The following is a compilation of multiple attempts at finding the heart of my previous post on Desire.  I do this for every post, mostly with themes I struggle finding one direction to follow….  So I figured I’d post the … Continue reading

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Showing my work: 

Breathe deep. Autumn’s air. Same as always. Smokey and thick with a crisp finish.  Same familiar autumn air I would draw in as a young girl. I remember her wild way with this season as I smell  fall’s cologne. That … Continue reading

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Showing My Work: Marvelous night for a moondance

The mind is always going. Always moving. It moves to the past to visit memories. Moves into the future to visit dreams. Good, bad, whatever they may be, they distract the mind from the present. What are you doing right … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Your stairway lies in the whispering wind . . .

The second inquiry of the book asks: how do I find that “still, small voice”? Have I heard God in the stillness of my soul? Have I been quiet enough to heed the message? That small voice is the sacred … Continue reading

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