A quiet hello said low in the morning
A genuine effort: welcome, Newcomer
a home, a life, some food & some funding
Solid company that brings us together
the alluring, the shy, the quick and the funny
a love that binds us stronger than tethers
A mouth that is mellow and slower than honey
with lips that procure, that swell and are hungry
the sounds of kisses, the battles of loving
openness of spirit, red frames for the lonely
Stage 1: great afflictions saturate the stomach.
Stage 2: the heart empties once the task is completed.
Stage 3: dailiness finally fills the veins.
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There is such a thing as making the same mistakes over and over again. Then there comes the day when you realize you are living the mistake, rather than just repeating it. What was just troublesome surreptitiously becomes a habit. The frightening part is that old habits are so hard to kill.
IF you fill your interior with accumulating thoughts and swelling ideas, mindsets may commence to mold.
What is the use of inner richness when it leaves the outside devoided of interest?
When the content is as impressive as it is private, the surface will be deemed just puny.
Sand, sun, summer
Clouds, cats, cuddling
Sea, hills or desert
Inwards or outwards
A dive in the snow
Waterfalls of happiness
Shower the unknown
Run run run
Optimism versus pessimism
What’s next in the chain
Back to the start
Gain the again
Repeat but improve
Clear the clouds
The sky lit the line
Anxiety is the antecipation of fear
Fear is ignorance about the unknown
The unknown is something to be discovered
And that is all there is to it.
It is hard to persevere through times of doubt when one is being pulled back
In focus may lie the answer
The chemistry of feelings
Natural laws, emotional states
No matter how strong my will is
Changing without obliterating
What a challenging trial to make
Is my present my past remolded?
A lot is lost, a lot is taken
And everything is transformed
Again and again
Nothing is created from scratch
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The problem with yearning for something
Is that one day you might get it
Or leave it
Letting go of something can be just as painful
As holding on to something going wrong
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IF HOPE is to grow and blossom, it should take the form of a bush, not a tree
Its roots should be short and superficial, its leaves bendable and sweet
Its structure not stiff as a trunk, but with stems as flexible as the wind commands
So when it dies it won’t cause as much destruction
When it falls or is felled by the untamed
Pruned by the tearing of all conjunction
Writing is not enough
Talking is not enough
Music is not enough
Silence is not enough
Friendship is not enough
Love is not enough
Lust is not enough
Fun is not enough
Exhaustion is not enough
And vicariousness is of great help
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May one day my whimsical mind be mitigated,
When my anxious weakened thoughts are obliterated
Then giving way to the magic wonders of every day,
When with the life of others I shall never play
But then again, what is the mouth to say?
WRITING is dying and living and dying and dying and drawing and remaining.
To be strong and weak and strong and weak and obstinate and frail.
To allow, to permit, to allow, to allow, to allow to be able to let go.
Illusion, delusion: dreaming and daring and imagining and evading.
I need them all. All of them.
Thinking tranquility cannot stop me from attempting to step out;
and novelty constantly drags me into untried territories:
its taste is truthfully fascinating,
Pictures by Eeva Karhu