Tag Archives: freedom

Unrestrained

Every time blond child is allowed in the front yard, the wide yard, the wild world, and ever since she has discovered how legs work, and how wills work, she makes a bee-line for the street, as fast as her … Continue reading

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If I Were

If I were a bird, I would soar on wind and wing, taking in a wide world. No telephone-wire-sitting for me.  I would find the tallest fragrant branch, safe and not unduly exposed, but high enough to have a perspective … Continue reading

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Surrender Without Suffixes

Willing surrender is not obligation, with me pancaked from above, layer upon layer, weighed under the load— a debt of service, of reaction, of even prayer. Rather, obligation must radiate like spokes on a wheel, one after another only added … Continue reading

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