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smiles

smiles drift longer, sparkles on an ocean’s crest teasing silent laughters from within the ocean’s ribs. the sea teaches the land

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how many ways can a wave wash to shore?

(Images of waves used with this posting are all courtesy of their respective contributors at pixabay.com.)   how many ways can a wave wash to shore? blithely as a titter, lazing like a lamb, or stirring a trifling whiff of … Continue reading

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the growing

liquid seeping through the ground and the life that sprouts is but a tiny strand of green and white; a root hugs the earth, a new leaf fixes face toward space and time azure now, then gray and windy and … Continue reading

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The Generosity of Entropy

There is less pressure in the unknown, in the undefined, in the free-flowing. Until they become known, until their forms get defined, and until their substances are made to flow in meaningful directions and momenta.

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