Find that Brightest Place

A poem on moving through perceived obstacles, loyal to your own best self. Image: JPlenio, Pixabay To move through sticky placesdeep like amber toffee,dive into the shadows.Look closely now:find all the places that draintwisting even through blind spotseach one a portal into other world. Consider waysthe subconsciousweaves magicas well as webs.Regardless of what catches light …

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Sometimes, It Takes a Very Long Time

A poem on what lies at the center after peeling away the layers. Photo: Ralu Michael from Pixabay Sometimes, it takes a very long timeto peel the layers of an onion.For some, a lifetime.For others, years.And still for others, each momentis like living in the center:a sweet and pungent core to make the eyes tear. …

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Deep in the Belly You Will Find

A poem on the quiet places of origin and germination inside ourselves. Photo: Pixabay Deep in the belly,you will findorigins of pain and joyand the roots of all thingsdesiring germination. Something curls around itself therewrapped in immutable silence,stripped bare under stars,wishing to be one of those bright lights. Here, wind —or is it an ocean? …

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