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  • In Rural Vermont - Poetry from These Goodbyes - Linda Chase
    in rural Vermont How else would we ever get out in winter The New York Times is spread across your chest Vermont Courier at your side briefcase papers Beside you cards letters flowers the telephone A glass of water is full the straw has been renewed I wouldn t dream of touching a thing as you sleep In the late afternoon I field a phone call from a friend though

    Original URL path: http://www.lindachase.co.uk/poetry-these-goodbyes.htm (2016-02-15)
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  • The Eye Surgeon's Party - Poetry from These Goodbyes - Linda Chase
    party I didn t want to stare or blink too much I used only a moderate amount of eye liner And decided finally against dark glasses It was going very well actually When a man I didn t like began

    Original URL path: http://www.lindachase.co.uk/poetry-eye-surgeon.htm (2016-02-15)
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  • Poetry from The Wedding Spy - Linda Chase
    was extended I sat where I saw my name on a card and spoke only of family connections The groom is my nephew I said to the mother of the bride She was happy enough with that scanning my face for resemblance People talked to me remembering you and I remembered you too In fact as they spoke I thought I was you being me in a mint cotton dress

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  • The Martial Artist's Funera - Poetry from The Wedding Spy - Linda Chase
    dreadlocks lads with tattoos earrings shaved heads bouncers with barrel chests and arms which hung down gorilla style away from their bodies muscle bound their shoulders tight just plain bloody strong These hard men with flowers stood in the drizzle and talked about the man they d loved He had taught each one of them how to let the punches pass It was simple really block then step aside These

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  • The Ticking Son - Poetry from Extended Family - Linda Chase
    Mrs Chiquita banana mother that little hijo of yours is some run for your money man who s had me on the run for years But I was hoping you d ring There s stuff I want to talk about too like his sweet tooth and his sweet tongue his cocky way and his wayward cock his come hither look and his slither come his fingers those ten Tinkerbells of

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  • Extended Family - Linda Chase
    reading me Rilke and Goethe you have translated especially for me What s available on my shelves is not exactly right you say Now you and I have the evening to rock and swivel among the words you have chosen for me in English The poetry leans back and forth it dips round and round unloosened well beyond the confines of birthright My many sons and daughters push the edges

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  • Shooting the Breeze Video - Linda Chase
    quality high bgcolor 000000 width 620 height 503 menu false allowScriptAccess sameDomain allowFullScreen true type application x shockwave flash

    Original URL path: http://www.lindachase.co.uk/poetry-stb-video.htm (2016-02-15)
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  • Move & be Moved - Tai Chi & Poetry - Linda Chase
    into one foot and then into the floor stay with me here she could be letting go even a little bit more Eventually there is a feeling of swelling and pressure that begins to release and then finally relax At that moment the weight begins to rise again without effort The student becomes a witness not an actor The next move then appears to be doing itself This feeling of being totally absorbed in process is one we all have known at times in our lives I think we look for it in sexual union through drugs and alcohol and of course through meditation and religious ceremonies It is something humans yearn for Fast driving skiing mountaineering music Jazz imporvising is a good examle since listening skills are as important as playing skills Yates wrote about not being able to tell the dancer from the dance This longing to return to the one the whole to lose the sense of being separate fragmented to become a vehicle for process As with anything universal this idea also becomes a cliché We have New Age sayings like be one with the universe or the hippy salutation let it all hang out or go with the flow In these phrases there is the hope that the person not only is in harmony with herself but also with the world In fact without finding the harmony defined in Taoist terms as the successful separation of yin and yang to the point where they can freely swing from state to state unhindered within oneself it is impossible to sense the changes of the outer world and make adjustments accordingly This simple explanation is getting to be a bit bigger than I had hoped But in order to be able to be in harmony with the processes of the outer world the inner processes need to be felt identified and then rehearsed so that the possibility of feeling the outer processes becomes possible These activities are the components of a whole life They are practised all day every day consciously or unconsciously Those of us who are dedicated to regular practice hope that consciousness helps the process along Let me go back to tai chi where I can give you some physical examples As you probably know all the techniques and movements are designed to comprise an effective martial art training or to use the extreme scenario a training for death Put another way one trains to neutralise fear All the bad things that could happen happen in training and the eventual realisation of loss or surrender is the one which in the end will overcome the most powerful adversities So again there is the idea of allowing all to happen One must not interfere with the way of things or in terms of technique do not create resistance This is the magic ingredient of tai chi If you are punched you must yield in the direction the punch pushes you In the face of fullness

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