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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Thinking, Becoming, Connecting


I am not a performer of poetry. Heck! I'm not even a writer or a poet. Many times, saying so, seems self-indulgent. I am someone who uses writing, poetry and short stories hoping to encourage thinking, becoming, connecting.

As I sat on my couch, I had a long conversation with the Spirit. I said, “I've been waiting all week on you to tell me what you want me to say. I've already said it with this book, website, blog, journal, articles, conversations and examples.

And the Spirit was like, You finished? Say it again. Would you go to your fields in Spring and say bring forth yams and corn because you have planted and harvested before and past seasons live in your memory? Say it again. This time I will open the way just as I have caused words to sprout and provided fields for planting.

If that feels familiar, we are in the right place.

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2 comments:

  1. Love's labor is never lost. Many messengers (I wouldn't classify that as performance either) whether it's you, the earth, her /him, should and often do find themselves in the throes of repetition until the Message has reached or touched all who dare to hear. The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. You are in deed fortunate.

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  2. Thanks for allowing this message to speak through you to me. That's what I call a good "comeback."

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