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Filed under: Fantasy | Posted on March 27th, 2009 by LWIII | 10 Comments »

A time for magic

Leaving for the Magic Kingdom in the morning. Please don’t let me know that it’s not really magic, but lots of money and electronics. I don’t want to know. Besides, the magic of the Magic Kingdom is not in the kingdom but in the children. The magic emanates from them like a giggle from a […]

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Filed under: Wonderment | Posted on March 27th, 2009 by LWIII | No Comments »

The blizzard

Ol’ Man Winter, welcome home! We finally got some snow on the flatlands. A big white whirling wonderful wad of it. This has been the most unwinterlike winter season I ever spent in Colorado – generally a mild place to experience winter (unless you’re up in the mountains) but we do get some, and that’s […]

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Filed under: Life | Posted on March 26th, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

Tarry the blow

Woke up this morning with that phrase running through my head, over and over, as happens sometimes with a song. Tarry the blow…tarry the blow. No music, just words. A message from the dreamtime. Have to say I really like it, even though I’m not sure what it means. “The grace benediction phrase” came to […]

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Filed under: Quotes from Writers | Posted on March 25th, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

Bundle telegraph

No words today, just thoughts trapped in graphic, odd greemings punted on third down. Something said, something wondered, a touch sinister. Why all the vampires? Mystery beyond pondering, question after answer, sounds belong. Truth, LWIII

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Filed under: Words and Stuff | Posted on March 24th, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

The Way of the Adventurer

In travels almongst the mystic dells and hills of spiritual sources, one often comes across the phrase “the Way of the Warrior”, which describes the curious or questing soul as one on a path to victory. Only one spiritual path I’ve looked into called the spiritual quest the Way of the Adventurer, someone working not […]

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Filed under: Spirituality | Posted on March 22nd, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

Grooving on the ya ya

Today we groove. On words. Most people have at least a vague idea what grooving is, but hardly anybody knows what a ya ya is. That’s what makes it such a handy phrase. Not sure what ya ya is myself, but I’m definitely grooving on it today. I think it changes. Ya ya! LWIII

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Filed under: Philosophical Brevities | Posted on March 21st, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

To wow or not to wow

I’ve been practicing my wows lately and have to say it’s pretty cool. If you stop for a sec and say wow, no matter what you’re seeing or doing, things tend to get more impressive. And being impressed by the miraculous is a good thing, even though it may seem boring until you say wow. […]

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Filed under: Life | Posted on March 20th, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

A sense of wonder

There’s a new sense in town. You already know the first five: vision, hearing, taste, smell, and touch. And the sixth sense, which is extrasensory, hard to explain, and poorly understood by people like myself, who have never experienced it consciously. Then there’s the 7th sense: a sense of wonder. It’s a newbie on the […]

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Filed under: Wonderment | Posted on March 18th, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

Quips, quimsies and quiddities

A word can gurgle in the snout or tangle badly coming out, Arriving mangled on the tang, returning via boomerang, Or mixed with reasons and awkward slang. Dang. Nothing to blog home about, LWIII

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Filed under: Words and Stuff | Posted on March 17th, 2009 by LWIII | No Comments »

What works

Bad news gang, unless you like sinking feelings. What works is work. Work works: goofing off, not so much. I just read an explanation of the Hawaiian word, Pono. What it means is that “effectiveness is the measure of truth”. By that measure the only truth I know is hard work. My definition of work is […]

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Filed under: Spirituality | Posted on March 16th, 2009 by LWIII | 4 Comments »

The mouse ball

Something there is in me that loves a mouse. They are so small and brave. Sure do provide a lot of protein to our feathered friends and four-legged wild buddies. They’re like little busy bodies, curiosity and hunger, little gray furry bundles of life itself wiggling and darting, hiding and scooting, munching. I once lived […]

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Filed under: Writing | Posted on March 14th, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

The creator

Sometimes I wonder about the creator of the universe. Sometimes I think it’s me. The reason I think that is because the universe I experience is almost completely created by me. Of course there’s a whole bunch of doo-dads out beyond me, including me, that I had nothing to do with creating, but my experience […]

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Filed under: Spirituality | Posted on March 13th, 2009 by LWIII | 9 Comments »

The girl in the golden suit

Today’s topic is beauty, brought on by the fact that Cleopatra walked into the pool room down at the local fitness club this morning. I was backstroking my leisurely way down the middle lane, watching the ceiling tiles pass by in succession over my head and pondering the nature of liquid reality, when what should […]

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Filed under: Philosophical Brevities | Posted on March 12th, 2009 by LWIII | 4 Comments »

Miracles

I am getting so tired of miracles. Day in and day out, everywhere I look, miracles, miracles, miracles. Sheesh, can’t anything be ordinary? Every single thing that happens or merely even exists is at least a trillion to one shot, more likely a trillion trillion to one. I suppose if something happens once every few […]

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Filed under: Life | Posted on March 11th, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

Tales of Turambo

We had been moving through the jungle for sixteen days now. Our guide, Boolooboolo-Mongobong, had been killed three nights before during an attack by the evil Lord Quernsly’s native raiders. Supplies were running low. “Darling?” asked my wife, Lady Belvedere. “Yes dear?” “Be a sweetheart and pass me the caviar.” “Of course, my love.” I […]

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Filed under: Fantasy | Posted on March 10th, 2009 by LWIII | No Comments »

War, perfected

That title is the tag line for a TV ad: Killzone 3, I think is the game. A video game. Advertising ho. I guess in a way it is war perfected. A war in which nobody gets killed. Every single dead person in that perfect war is fake. But it sure creeps me out that […]

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Filed under: Life | Posted on March 9th, 2009 by LWIII | 7 Comments »

The long wall

Been looking at the wall a lot, but nothing yet. Will keep you posted. LWIII

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Filed under: Writing | Posted on March 5th, 2009 by LWIII | 6 Comments »

A good reason

Ran across a good reason to be an artist the other day: If you look at anything long enough, say just that wall in front of you – it will come out of that wall. ~ Anton Chekhov Perseverance furthers, LWIII

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Filed under: Quotes from Writers | Posted on March 4th, 2009 by LWIII | No Comments »

Beauty and humanity

There is nothing in all the world as beautiful as a human person. Just watched a Canadian show about the new China, and I’m here to tell you those are some beautiful beings. I love Chinese people, they’re as awesome as us. Butterflies are pretty, but compared to a human they are plain and boring. […]

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Filed under: Life | Posted on March 3rd, 2009 by LWIII | 2 Comments »

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