Don’t Wear Clothes


Simplify your life. Don’t wear clothes.

No more mall dressing rooms.

No more decisions on style and color

No more grimaces when you don’t like what you see in the mirror

No more confinement

Instead of clothes

wear a smile

wear your heart on your sleeve

wear invisible jewelry that sparkles and shines

wear yourself

and dance knowing everyone is probably watching

That’s okay

They are waiting to grow into their skin so they can be like you

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I Will Not Say


When I lay dying upon my bed

when only past then lays ahead

With only farewell’s left to bid

I will not say, “I almost did.”

When sheets are warm but cold within

reflecting back on what has been

all the times of profound gladness

I will not say, “I almost had this.”

The ripples of my life to fade

I’ll leave a message well conveyed

as light turns dark from setting sun

I will not say, “I almost won.”


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Make it Personal

“It’s true that everything has its Personal Legend,

but one day that Personal Legend will be realized.

So each thing has to transform itself into something better,

and to acquire a new Personal Legend,

until someday,

the Soul of the World becomes one thing only.”


Page 150 in Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist, one of my favorite books.



daily post prompt: Legend

Why worry for tomorrow?

We know what happened yesterday

we know our  present stint

but what shall come tomorrow, we

have not an ounce of glint

Perhaps that’s for the better, thus

we live life as bestowed

no worry of what if’s and how’s

just watch as it unfolds.

For isn’t it a grander scheme

eyes upward toward the glow

to cast anxieties aside

and let the worries go?




Weekly Photo Challenge: Glow