WOMAN IN THE WOODS

Dance in the woods.

Feel the wind

lifting your hair.

Raise your arms

to the sky.

Sway to the soft wind.

Listen.

No sounds.

No more winds.

Dance with the darkness.

Dance with the shadows.

Dance with death.

It comes quickly and swiftly.

No warning.

No sounds.

Only death.

HIS PLACE

The sun begins to set.

There are scurrying sounds

as the animals prepare for the night.

But the old elephant stands in his place.

He doesn’t need to move.

He has everything he needs

right in front of him.

He keeps a watchful eye

on the other animals.

But he stands in his place.

IF TIME STOOD STILL

What if time stood still?<br /> We wouldn’t get older.<br /> We would look the same forever.<br /> Would we be bored with life after awhile?<br /> Would be less in a hurry to get things accomplished?<br /> There would be no reason to do things right away.<br /> We would just put off what we could do today for tomorrow.<br /> Then tomorrow, we would procrastinate for the next day.<br /> Let the clock move ahead.<br /> It would be awful to be stuck in time.

What if time stood still?

We wouldn’t get older.

We would look the same forever.

Would we be bored with life after awhile?

Would be less in a hurry to get things accomplished?

There would be no reason to do things right away.

We would just put off what we could do today for tomorrow.

Then tomorrow, we would procrastinate for the next day.

Let the clock move ahead.

It would be awful to be stuck in time.

THE BUBBLE DILEMMA

The Dilemma

What do you think is going through the dogs’ minds?  Are they too afraid to move?  Do they know that it is just a bubble?  Do they want to touch it?  Will they just stand there and wait.  I think that they will wait and see.  They will keep waiting until the balloon  will pop in one of their faces.  And if the same thing happens next week,  they will most probably do the same thing.

What do you think is going through the dogs’ minds?

Are they too afraid to move?

Do they know that it is just a bubble?

Do they want to touch it?

Will they just stand there and wait.

I think that they will wait and see.

They will keep waiting until the balloon

pops in one of their faces.

And if the same thing happens next week,

they will most probably do the same thing.