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Confession And Plea

CONFESSION AND PLEA

I confess
I am lost
Please help me

Am I here to teach?
Or else to learn?
Maybe both?

I confess
I am lost
Please help me

Must we always be acting
From our wounded places?
Or first be acting to heal?

I confess
I am lost
Please help me

It is clear you are lost too
Stop being a smartarse
Just be a child, be kind

End Of Chapter: Shadorma

END OF CHAPTER

Out the door
On the road again
Halt of foot
Sore of heart
Yet recalling as you roam
Not built in a day

All We Need

ALL WE NEED

Perhaps all the things
We need to learn
Are already here

And in actual fact
We only need
One single thing

To notice

Unsticking Is King (Or Queen)

UNSTICKING IS KING (OR QUEEN OF COURSE)

Stuck, stuck in a groove.
Stuck in a groove. Stuck in a
groove. Stuck in a groove.

Habit our own way?
We’ll never get anywhere
Treading this old way.

Stuck, stuck in a groove.
Stuck in a groove. Stuck in a
groove. Stuck in a groove.

Habit your own way.
Familiar, comfortable.
You won’t learn much though.

Stuck, stuck in a groove.
Stuck in a groove. Stuck in a
groove. Stuck in a groove.

The Misdirection

THE MISDIRECTION

There is what we knew
And there is what we were taught
They are not the same

Flowers

FLOWERS

Flowers I love for
They leave me be

So sing me to sleep then
Then sing me awake again
O sing me to death and back

Before sheepishly I cry wolf
Both before and then after
Bayed, bays, bays and shall bay

“Have you splayed and displayed?”*

Lately lapsed warden strayed
Way far beyond the garden fence
Among the shadows in the wood
Took an unexpected turning
Somewhere down the line

Washed up hereabouts drowning
Within my own drying bones
While the near by is far awry

Empty of troths
Truths opinions
Until one lone day
Alone no more
No less

Retired to lick my wounds

Noli me tangere
No mean danger
No bedroom headroom

Collidoscope† collapsing
Time to fight my own fight
Overstand the web of soul

For flowers I love for
They leave me be

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* “For those of you who live elsewhere “Have you paid and displayed?” is a common sign in English car parks, referring to purchasing a ticket from a machine on arrival that needs sticking on your windscreen to cover a specific time period.” (https://365project.org/casablanca/365/2017-06-03)

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Learning Pattern (A Four By Six)

LEARNING PATTERN

The challenge: not to flinch
Or having flinched return
To that from which one flinched
And emerge emboldened

Playing The Fool

PLAYING THE FOOL

Attraction
Then attachment
Even knowing better now
I remember it well

100 Degrees

180 DEGREES

Attacks are in fact
The sign for asking for help
Now it’s up to you

The Achievement

THE ACHIEVEMENT

The travellers’ goal is not
To gain some something
Which they do not have
But that of relinquishing
That which they are not

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