time is an illusion clocks create confusion never twice nor thrice in the same tributary a mindful conclusion you are here in the now No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man - Heraclitus © Eugenia Hoffman Eugenia enjoyed a dedicated career … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Disappearing Time – Eugenia
My oh my How the weeks fade to months and then Months fade to years. Even the sorry soul relates I knew a man who stood the test of time His years felt like months and His months felt like weeks Minutes with him moved like seconds and I never did mind myself growing old … Continue reading Throwback Friday- Time Moved by Liyona
A classic poem by Mary Oliver, "The Summer Day", presented by Donna. Mary Oliver is by far my favorite poet and essayist. The way she pays attention, how nature left her amazed, how she continued to be aware and amazed by the everyday...I can only hope to live up to her example. I consider her … Continue reading The Summer Day, by Mary Oliver | Classic Poems Presented By Go Dog Go Cafe Baristas
By Charles Robert Lindholm As I make my wishes for Christmas 2019 - the best gift after a wish for world peace and the love of my soulmate and family is for a lifetime of friendship with you!!! WISHING YOU THE GREATEST GIFT OF ALL - SPENDING CHRISTMAS WITH THE ONES YOU LOVE I WISHED … Continue reading MY CHRISTMAS WISH – 2019
It's the penultimate month of 2019...the end of the year near as well as the decade.
By Charles Robert Lindholm There is no demarcation zone, no welcome platform where we can greet with fanfare the arrival of the newest and next moment in time, Now Now just sneaks up on us with a peek-a-boo greeting that somehow always leaves us surprised and excited with the gifts of opportunities and possibilities it … Continue reading THE GREETING PLACE
By Sue Vincent and Charles Robert Lindholm Can you see the first golden flames of autumn start to show as the leaves burn and turn into glorious colors as summer drifts away on the memories of yesterdays Can you smell it in the crisp morning air with the hint of a mist on the ground … Continue reading THE FLAMES OF AUTUMN
life's impermanence wild joy of surrender works burning away days long forgotten in time a smoldering ash remains Author's Notes: What do you do with your old journals? I have piles and piles of pages ranging from my early 20s to my now almost over 40s. I've always hesitated to throw them out or otherwise … Continue reading Tanka: Impermanence
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By Charles Robert Lindholm Aren't we all gypsies travelling toward tomorrow's now and dreaming of dawn Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved Please Come Visit My Archive Here And On My Blog!!