Category Archives: fate

Elderly balance (single-leg stance)

When 18 people read my texts I exist. Otherwise it is not much with that, unless I not wake up in the night with cramps in one lower leg, then I surely know I’m alive. I hear on the TV … Continue reading

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Slowly slowly whispering wind

  Slowly slowly whispering wind cradles serene, silent stillness. Like Mose shrouded in braided basket hidden in reed, we rest in the lap of an unknown fate.   Sakta sakta vaggande vind Talande tigande tystnader Som Moses i vassen, höljd … Continue reading

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