POEM — His Whole: Life

His whole

Flashed before his ayes
Too living
In singular moments
And unrepeatable joys
the more
In whatever may
A peer
As extra ordinary

Life shrinks or expands according to one's courage --Anais Nin quote POLITICAL BUTTONThis 26 word poem is an example of one of my short crammed to overflowing with and .  This poem represents well the wholeness sought in , ever more full .  What is sought is a fleshy and flashy process encompassing both the ordinary and extraordinary.   is sensuously palpable and profoundly effervescent.  The of full is unique and unrepeatable; there is little room for contrivance or artifice.   inner gilds apparently mundane and routine happenings with a freshness and newness.  This whole opens up before us when we answer our quest in the affirmative: YES!  And to complicate matters, this process is squared round other people presenting their own sinewy inner .   is messy!

Fear does not prevent death; it prevents life --Nagub Mahfouz quote POLITICAL BUTTONIf the messiness of is not parlayed into the more, then certain inescapable lessens must be confronted.  Inconveniently complicated people (and itself) are demoted to manageable factions of who they are.   and creeps, into a dominating existence, relegate living in the shadows of all that matters.  In such abated breath, the nemesis or antagonist of enters the stage.  But, alas, that is another poem and another blog entry.  May it suffice to say: may your whole flash before your ayes, and that be yours.

WALK Around Like You Own Yourself, It's YOUR Life, Take Control Of It POLITICAL BUTTONDon't take life too serious. You'll never escape it alive anyway. Elbert Hubbard quote SPIRITUAL BUTTONLife is what happens while your making other plans. John Lennon quote SPIRITUAL BUTTON

What Conservative Came Up With The Ridiculous Notion That Life Begins At Incorporation?! POLITICAL BUTTONThe Best Things in Life are Not Things - Faith, Joy, Mercy, etc around border-POLITICAL BUTTONPeace n. the whole of life ANTI-WAR BUTTON

 

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