Tag: judgement

  • 525: Flow

    Present and open, the exquisite machinery of the experience. Suspending judgements, all out roads merge inward. Face turned to the sensory rain. Wide eyes and soul agape Flow.

  • 148

    Your faults, in seeming and actuality┬álike rivers can surge and subside at a breeze. Trust not what first reflects on the surface will resemble a later form, or imply its final force. Temper the impression by warmer seasons of thought, as can pressing winds goad the climate and patterns of water. Choose to see balm, […]

  • 122

    Commonly after a spell abroad, I return to find the usual irritations of home have in my absence been polished to the plenitude of their quality, proving me thus a man of poor judgement. The greater share of dust is always laid over the intellect.

  • 110: Overcast

    Will you grudge another whose pent-up days broil over at last some momentary hurl of thunder, and overcast their name and straining sunshine by your appraisal? You shame your own sky.

  • 37

    Surfeit of my disgrace being long-delayed a days accounting, the sun has quit it’s place and leaves me ‘neath looking stars their estimate to surmount.