taste of death

Hey! It’s been a bit hasn’t it? I took a bit to get re-situated and back in a daily rhythm. Anyways, enjoy this new poem! Much love everyone šŸ™‚

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Happy 1st birthday

A reflection piece looking at my life and this blog’s first birthday. May peace, love, and connection find you.

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bread and berries

I hope ya’ll enjoy this new poem. Just remember — tension leads to growth.

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Ego (letting go)

This is a complementary poem that works with the previous “Ego (holding on).” This poem explores the freedom found in letting go of the stories we tell ourselves. In turn, we become the YES to it all.

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Ego (holding on)

New poem on how the constriction of the self is caused by our attachment to the stories we think define who we are.

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Where do Birds go when it Rains?

This is a new poem I am working on. With everything going on, we need reminders to be in this present moment. May you be well!

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Easter (a poem on The Cosmic Dance)

Here is an “Easter” poem. It explores the notion that our universe has always been about death and resurrection — we’re all dancing as one. We’re all dying as one. We’re all resurrecting as one. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for reading! Much love.

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Embodiment

I hope this new poem finds you well. May you be happy. May you be peaceful.

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The Oneness of the Ocean

The ocean is pretty magnificent isn’t it? Especially when you realize that you are the ocean. I hope you enjoy this poem.

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Terraforming/ Big Bend

This upcoming week I will be in Big Bend National Park in Texas. This place is pretty incredible — it is like you’ve landed on an alien planet with barren lands marked by wild rock formations. Red, dusty, beautiful. I’ve been here before and that trip inspired by poetry book,Ā Terraforming: A Story of the Heart and SeparationĀ (which you can find at the bottom ofĀ groundedinone.com.) In honor of returning to this park, I’ve decided to post the poem that comes from my poetry narrative/book that is titled “Big Bend.” This piece fits into the narrative well, I think, as a way of describing the new planet the character in the book finds themself in. I hope you enjoy! Feel free to check out the full book in you are so inclined.Ā 

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