33/108: busylessness

photo-1432691301971-c8b920198bd7Busylessness can be described as living more mindfully, engaging in being “not busy,” and enjoying a life of greater peace and calm.

The present moment is filled with joy and happiness. If you are attentive, you will see it. – Thich Nhat Hanh

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Italicized quote from Thich Nhat Hanh
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12/108: no alarm clock

calm morning rays
whisper a quiet hello
but, a long stretch
and a gentle moan
return a tired body
to sleepy dreams

by Jennifer Fifield

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photo-1414637104192-f9ab9a0ee249an unexpected,
morning rain

sipping strong coffee
in bed
sleepy, lazy, lovely

flawless clouds of gray
make it dim,
a tiny yellow lamp
lets me see the world

flipping classic pages,
nowhere to be

splashes of moisture
beneath the tires
of cars going by,
ease the busyness

water funneling
through the drain
outside the window,
eases the craziness

the smell of fall
wind not warm
nor cool,
eases the weariness

an unexpected
morning rain
calms the mind


By Jennifer A. Fifield

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vital meditation

Re-blogging this one today, along with a quote by Oscar Wilde: “Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.”

the writing life

3648x2736 uncropped TheAppBuilder-icon-morro-strand-sunset-21nov2008-49.RAWthe body,
less weighted
the mind,
minus clutter

negative energy
released, dismissed
time for
internal healing

make room
for clearer,
more joyful thoughts

a freeing
of the mind
a soul’s detoxification
the smile, reappears…

Jennifer A. Fifield

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