calls on quickness and agility.
with a hint of complicity
are everywhere we turn. Let’s make good
use of them, liven up the pictures
of our lives.
hard; dogs, other beings and sights place
big meanings and lessons right
before us. Turn the
scene over. See the freshness.
fun, great fun, to live this way, learning from
almost anything, when we least
expect it. What’s the
image, the symbol, for you?
you have a dog, been around dogs a lot? Or cats?
What have they taught you?
you’re big in life; what have you learned
from that? Sometimes you’re
small; what about it
the dogs’ masters in the accompanying poem
learning from being together?
What’s your guess?
Always process!! Turn the noun into a verb.
Go ahead. Add thin layers to the
bulk of what you’ve
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