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Cat Moon 2h
Lord God, mercy is in your hands, pour me a little. And tenderness too. My need is great. Beauty walks so freely and with such great gentleness. Impatience puts a halter on my face and I run away over the green fields wanting your voice,
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Cat Moon Aug 12
When I wake, and you are already wiping the stars away, I rise quickly, hoping to be like your wild child the rose, the honey-maker the honey-vine; a bird shouting its joy as it floats through the gift you have given us: another day.
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Mafia Thee Savage 5h
One of my favorites. I miss her.
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Laura 2h
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benje williams Jun 25
that moment when a day becomes so indescribable that you can only respond by literally choking up... "What does it mean that this earth is so beautiful? What shall I do about it?" What is the gift I should bring to the world? What is the life I should live?"
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pinktaxiblogger Aug 14
And anyway what is wrong with maybe ?
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Claire Storey Jun 9
‘A dog can never tell you what she knows from the smells of the world, but you know, watching her, that you know almost nothing’ It’s all about at the moment
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Joanna DeVoe Apr 3
For there I am, in the mossy shadows, under the trees… And to tell the truth I don't want to let go of the wrists of idleness. I don't want to sell my life for money… I don't even want to come in out of the rain.
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Sarah O'Brien May 30
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Let's See Labs Mar 27
Attention without feeling is only a report.
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Nicholas Trandahl🏕✍🏻 Mar 5
I sent my poetry books to Mary Oliver almost a year ago. I wonder if she got a chance to thumb through them before she passed?
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Eileen Park Feb 4
“Do you have a question that can’t be answered? Do the stars frighten you by their heaviness and their endless number? — And now I have gathered six or seven deep red, half-opened cups of petals between my hands, and now I have put my face against them.”
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pinktaxiblogger Aug 14
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Amy Brenneman Feb 9
They are cutting down a mature tree in the property next to me. I am wild with grief. Always have been, since I was little. I cannot bear it.
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LFM Connect (Leighton Ford Ministries) Aug 14
More thoughts on & Moses: What if Moses hadn't stopped? Hadn't turned aside at the burning bush? Would the people of Israel have stayed in captivity in Egypt? And what would Moses have missed?
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Laura 7h
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Buddha Doodles Feb 11
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Mark Oakley May 19
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MarbleChurchNYC Mar 21
“I believe in kindness. Also in mischief. Also in singing, especially when singing is not necessarily prescribed.” -Mary Oliver. What poem or poet has resonated with you recently? Let's brighten each others day with these beautiful words.
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Michael Gale Jun 28
Beautiful, powerful tribute to poet Mary Oliver beneath the towering redwoods at . Her words moved us; stories were told. May we continue to grow her impact through our teaching, scholarship, and our own writing.
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