Take the Measure of the Day
The (to me) nameless spider
is moving so quickly, adroitly
she seems too big for them,
as she goes about her business,
So I’m thinking that today
days are meant to set themselves up without our
least at their beginning, we best approach them with a
light heart and open hand.
don’t know where they should go, what they should
do, or what they will provide
is, until . . . or unless we fall into their rhythm, so
unlike what we may have had in
we can bring ourselves to care, the question to ponder
is What wants to be seen, heard or felt.
now, listen, look—it’s all soft to the eyes, ears and
go there. It’s likely to turn out well.
© 2013 Allan Cox, Allan Cox & Associates Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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