Daily Archives: June 11, 2018


Originally posted on elleguyence:
Keep the candle alight so you can see me even with less. Crescent moon: those going through the hardest times often seem the softest. Check on the strong friends because they’ve learned to glow at night…

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#Haiku: River Frog

Originally posted on Charmed Chaos:
melodious song river frogs croon to lovers ? dragonfly dinner ? ©2018 Linda Lee Lyberg Carpe Diem #1449 river frog (kajika)

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Haiku: Shadows Dance

Originally posted on Charmed Chaos:
sweltering sunshine shadows dance on desert floor chasing cooling shade ©2018 Linda Lee Lyberg

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s HAMLET: A Retelling in Prose — Act 3, Scene 2

— 3.2 — Hamlet talked with the actors in a hall in the castle and gave them advice on how to perform their roles. First, he talked about speaking the lines he had specially written for the play, but quickly … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Food Anecdotes

Carl Reiner once joined a group of friends who were dedicated to eating very good Chinese food and had formed an informal group for that purpose. The biggest eater among the friends was Joseph Heller, author of Catch-22. At a … Continue reading

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Edgar Lee Masters: George Gray (Spoon River Anthology)

I HAVE studied many times The marble which was chiseled for me— A boat with a furled sail at rest in a harbor. In truth it pictures not my destination But my life. For love was offered me and I … Continue reading

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Lao-Tzu #64: Prevent problems before they arise. Take action before things get out of hand.

64   Things are easier to control while things are quiet. Things are easier to plan far in advance. Things break easier while they are still brittle. Things are easier hid while they are still small.   Prevent problems before … Continue reading

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Aesop: The One-Eyed Doe

A Doe had had the misfortune to lose one of her eyes, and could not see any one approaching her on that side. So to avoid any danger she always used to feed on a high cliff near the sea, … Continue reading

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