Green slice of heaven

Maybe when I’m bedridden one day I’ll remember the days when I could move and do whatever I wanted to do; go out in nature, be active, ride my bicycle through the off roads. Lay in the fields, be as naked as I could be
Let the air kiss and lick my salty skin; so full of sweat
Let my hair flow long with the winds

Immerse one’s self with the grass and the weeds; turning into something green
Let bugs crawl, sting, and pinch
All over goosebumps
Be one with it all
Unlock the love that you have in your gut and let it spread into everything and everyone
Kiss the trees
Whisper to the butterflies
Chuckle at the hares that hop on by
Touch yourself
Feel your smooth skin
Appreciate, cry
Here today, gone tomorrow
Look at the sky
My heaven
Is a slice of green earth right here



Needy soul

Missing people when they’re right here
Thoughts of missing people when they’re gone
Memories of people and missing them
Missing people when they’re right here
Thoughts of missing people when they’re gone
Missing what could have been
Missing when there’s nothing really missing
Missing people when they’re right here

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What an OK day worth remembering

Took a day off work on Friday just because. Woke up, drank water, had an easy summer morning walk, ate fruity breakfast, relaxed, ate lunch, napped, chilled, then bicycled.

Woke up well rested on Saturday while it was still morning and as the amazing sun was rising. Drank water, ate fruity breakfast, relaxed. Went on an afternoon bike ride, stopped at a shady spot and did outdoors yoga after a long time and it felt really good. Had lunch. Relaxed. Went outside again for a walk near the trails to check out some snails and other insects.

I’m always in heaven when I’m outside in warm weather. I usually tell people that I live by the yin yang philosophy; either you’re resting or you’re moving; which doesn’t mean much to people and it ain’t anything deep, but it’s kind of apathetic and usually just makes sense to me.

I met up with a friend that evening and we went to a local downtown. We watched an old movie that was playing outside behind an old library that smelled like my former elementary school. She sang a couple of songs and we left half way and called it a night.

I was so relatively happy. What an OK day worth remembering.