Reading Rilke’s Book of Hours Upon Awakening During an Early Morning Freeze

Your poetry begets music, but only to the poor. The poor hear each note of hunger upon their wanderings; whether city, or fields, or highways off the desert roads, the poor shall always hear these tattered tunes laying threadbare, frayed at the heel of existence. Your Russian journeys lead you to God, unbeknownst, an intimate … Continue reading Reading Rilke’s Book of Hours Upon Awakening During an Early Morning Freeze

Burning Coals: Acceptance

Burning Coals: Acceptance by John G. Evans © 5/2/2020 3:00:33 AM “To simplify, acceptance means allowing; allowing unwanted private experiences (thoughts, feelings and urges) to come and go without struggling with them.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acceptance Though, at times, argumentation and disagreement seep in; through the acceptance and allowing of this self- permitting consciousness by way of remaining … Continue reading Burning Coals: Acceptance

Morning Tea brings a Rejoiceful Sound of Liberation

John G Evans c 2019 A tall glass of flavorful tea, memories of mine have always enriched me, made me stronger in the early morning, almost fall-like breeze. A few notes from I Am: The Tiny Mustard Seed: So, where is home? Home is where the dust cries in a foreign land, as we all … Continue reading Morning Tea brings a Rejoiceful Sound of Liberation