Monthly Archives: August 2010

What Colour is the Bliss

What colour is the bliss That you mention in passing That you wonder in wishing That you make in saying What colour is the autumn moon shining down on the last harvest The seaside ebb, sending the blue back to … Continue reading

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My grandma’s house was a special retreat for me, filled with the smells of ginger, and cinnammon and warm chocolate chips cookies fresh from the oven. Her towels were crunchy when stepping out of the shower because she had hung … Continue reading

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The Road Not Taken

                                                 Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveller, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took … Continue reading

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Let it Be

The Beatles had something going back in the 60’s when they coined such prophetic and inspirational songs as Let it Be, Across the Universe, With a Little Help from my friends, All you need is Love, Here comes the Sun, … Continue reading

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November 2, 2008 – Live from New York REPOST

There is a certain ‘je n’est ce quoi’ about the feeling, the scent, the touch of New York; it is alive, and rampant as though, at times, one could pick it up and carry it around with them. Bountiful glory, … Continue reading

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Girl’s Night Out

This showed up in my Inbox this morning…..I have no idea who wrote it, but I am posting! “An evening class at Stanford, the last lecture was on the mind-body connection–the relationship between stress and disease. The speaker (head of … Continue reading

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The Eyes of Happiness

I have met the lovely eyes of happiness and adored her from afar So wonderful, enchanting, unique Where does she go when the door opens slightly Cool wind blowing in to change her complexion Droplets spraying from her carousel as … Continue reading

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