We are all a work in progress.  Everyday.  Each time we see how others are flawed, we are probably ten times more.  If we are fortunate enough to recognize this about ourselves, this is where the humbling begins.  To look deep inside ourselves and begin refining ourselves in order to become the better us, the better you for tomorrow.


time for sleep in this re-awakening,

making straight what truth

commands– never accepting,

always blaming, who’s at fault 

this time around?

mirror, mirror on the wall,

what sentence do I confine

myself to now that death

has arrived for the first

in order that the second

may flourish?  Sleep tight,

rest easy– the work is

starting, finally beginning


–mr gahon 10/20/12


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