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I Ching Tea Reflections

written by: Michael Shea

@calmsbehaviour

 

Dull and listless light bulbs in dusty scruffy rows
Some are cracked with filaments parted damaged to the core
Be the switch, the juice and power see which one of these it is that glows
Some are screwed some are twisted some are rich soft glows and some are weak or poor
Bells in distant ringing as frequencies buzz about and slowly they are shifted
Shuffled mortal coils are shoals of leather polishing the floor
Bells are final notices give permission to the door
Morrow brings the testament of those seen fit for more

Michael Shea

Michael Shea

I am a behavior therapist slash philosopher author living in rural Queensland
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