Tag Archives: Taoism

ancient threads in the tapestry – the wisdom of dafree whitewolfe

 La Brujitaaa http://lalocabrujita.wordpress.com/ “Allow yourself to yield, and you will be completed. Allow yourself to bend, and you will stay straightened All yourself to be empty, and you will get appreciated. Allow yourself to be exhausted, and you will be restored. … Continue reading

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weaving the tapestry – duet vi with himani b (unifying the threads)

union unifying the threads (to the Muses of muses and her shadows) “…the highest good is like water…” -Lao Tzu brought together by time timing being nothing absenting spacing loving verbing pounding nouning loving so being is realizing we are … Continue reading

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weaving the tapestry – duet v with himani

  (note: we have been a Benedictine Oblate (OSB) – that is to say, a secular contemplative – for about twenty years now.  at the hart of Benedictine Spiritual Practice is Lectio Divina, deep insight contemplation of sacred psalms.  to … Continue reading

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ancient hymns of dafree whitewolfe – ii (this hart of harts)

this hart of harts (to the Muses of muses and her shadows) “I alone remain wilde and natural and free.” -Lao Tzu grasping the hand reaching towards me ungrasping the hand insecurity finds clutching at this wilde place unattainable a lover … Continue reading

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the Muse of muses – twelfth ‘haiku’ to emBeth

bashert “Seek ye Me and live.” -Amos 5.4 bei mir bist du shayn as bathsheba to david are you not our queen our love we pour out as a libation healing wounds with soft tears of compassion   chrétien marc valentine … Continue reading

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duets with other poets – muags

duets with poets – MUAGS NOT YET RAM DASS* “…still but not yet…”                 -Father John Fitzgerald   Got those Horseshoe Bend renderings the tao meaders through the tao in my pre-frontal cortex in the castles of our harts a … Continue reading

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the Muses of muses – tenth ‘haiku’ to emBeth

ponder awhile “…the ones who are compassionate are but few they wear jade daggers in their unbroken harts…” -dafree whitewolfe jasmine providence jade leaves staining sweet waters stream from but one cup therefore ancient harts embrace such oneness creating a … Continue reading

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the dutch mirror – The Beloved is the Rose of roses

The Beloved is the Rose of roses “Search, no matter what situation you are in. O thirsty one, search for water constantly.  Finally, the time will come when you will reach the spring.”                                 -Unknown    When first I fell in love … Continue reading

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duets with other poets – the way of oneness

the way time works   the way divinity plays (to my dutch mirror)   “Ik ben niet een avonturier door keuze maar door lot.” -Vincent Van Gogh   Notice I’m not asking if it is not impossible to ask for you … Continue reading

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gully good synergy – on faerie wings

on faerie wing (to my gully good muse)   “…something is there, hidden in the deep but whose child it is i do not know it came even before God.” -Lao Tzu you that increase my span on gully wings … Continue reading

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