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a tiny glimpse

Updated on October 30, 2011

Flavoured by the twinge of the wrecked planet

Counting on the stars to align in a way that makes everyone one

Watching the goers go and the makers make a ton

Of wretched funds off the shoulders of the young

I learn a little of what passed and what’s to become

The entire thing.

Looking out from a pinpoint of light

The players carve our path

And we are not the players but the stones in their shoes reminding them of whose play this is.

Choose a direction and when it changes, change with it.

Adore your own uncertainty.

Life is uncertain and lovely.

Life is a programmed, tumultuous plea just asking for rule, I see.

A dream into which we are locked and casted from and it was that way from the beginning.

Pleasing tastes and sounds and sights are here for taking. Air. Leaves. My Mother’s look.

Love and breaking love and then to love again; my god, it is love.

My god is love. It is the meaning and the one chance we have.

Love the catalyst. Love the Madonna. Love the voice in your head.

Ignore the power of the negative and instead

Look outward. A place is there.



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      fi fi 6 years ago from Niagara, Canada

      Winsome - Ahh...too true. :)

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      Winsome 6 years ago from Southern California by way of Texas

      Hi Fifi, I enjoyed this. Being a pebble in the shoe of progress is not so bad--look what the oyster does with just a grain of sand. =:)

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      fi fi 6 years ago from Niagara, Canada

      Website Examiner - Thank you very much for the unique comment! Nice to have you stop by :)

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      Website Examiner 6 years ago

      Well-spoken and intellectually stimulating. The word "niche" comes to mind; finding a foothold by pursuing one's own dreams and interests, as opposed to feeling frustrated that the Big Machine won't work as we want. I like big things, and small things as well. The world can be an action-filled place, but also surprisingly quiet.