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#4862 - Thursday, March 7, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee

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    #4862 - Thursday, March 7, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee The Nonduality Highlights http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights/ Dar Óma I was a beggar You threw me
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      #4862 - Thursday, March 7, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee
      Dar Óma
      I was a beggar
      You threw me a smile
      I ran off
      into the distance
      later, tired
      I sat down
      now people toss me coins
      I throw them back at them
      all I ever wanted
      was Your smile
      ~ Gabriel Rosenstock
      *The selections form Uttering Her Name are addressed to Dar Óma, a Celtic
      goddess, daughter of OGHMA who gave the gift of writing to the Celts.
      Alan Larus Photography


      I awake today as a crane
      a sandhill crane
      what am I
      what should I eat
      can I fly
      who are my enemies
      my friends
      where do I live
      what am I at all
      Bipeds doing what they do
      at war
      I hear a soft breeze
      the lapping of water -
      I was here before
      ~ Gabriel Rosenstock
      Naturalist Guy is on Facebook


      the neck of the flamingo
      a question mark going the other way

      was there ever a question in the first place

      (no need to answer this)
      the water shimmers and the great questions
      and answers of the world disappear
      ~ Gabriel Rosenstock
      Photo by Yasar Koç
      Ed. Note: Gabriel Rosenstock was inspired to write his poems by some photos that
      appeared here recently, hope you do not mind the repitition. Alan Larus chose the poem for his photo.
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