Adan’s Gratitudes – “The Shape of Gratitude” – via 2012 dVersepoets Prompt

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Adan’s Gratitudes – The Shape of Gratitude

Originally posted Feb 25, 2012 – one of my own favorite poems on the “shape” of gratitude via a prompt from poet group dVersePoets – excerpt:

“can even angels claim soul’s rights
into any birth?
or is sculpted stone
simply
fluid grace set to rest?”

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Adan

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Everyday Gratitude Vol 1

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Pictured, “Everyday Gratitude Vol 1

Small gratitudes found in the day to day living of daily life.

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“the intent of this blog is to incrementally build a body of thought that works toward integrating various topics, yoga, fitness, and the arts – it’s a process…”

This post was updated May 03, 2019


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i’ve selected this work for dVersePoets’ prompt : Meeting the Bar: The Best of…

in this particular prompt we are asked by Brian Miller & Claudia Schoenfeld, co-founders, to “pick one poem you wrote throughout the year… — an encore performance” in honor of the site’s one year anniversary

i don’t know if this is my best, or even my favorite, no one poem…

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