listen hard and longingly for the siren song of
more than we’re willing to say, we do so rocking
back on our heels rather than
poised on the balls of our
not a bad thing at all if we’ll give up the play-
acting and acknowledge our
good place in our fallow
quiet, gray, fallow times may follow earnest effort
and accomplishment or,
perhaps, perceived failure.
They’re times for reassessment.
you ever consider that life draws its significance
for us from the fact we know
we’re going to die? Now
good to put a positive spin on loss and shortcomings
so long as you count it
learning, growing, getting real.
notice the intensity of feeling is greater when I so-called
“lose“ than when I so-called
“win.” That’s the
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