Nurturing Thursday: Today Is The Day To Let Go and Poetry Day 24

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 There’s a Native American saying:
“When deciding what to keep ask, Does it help grow corn?”

There are so many cool things
and comforting ideas
that collect around our houses
and in between our ears.
These icons of identity
crowd each other out
So no one thing sparkles quite as bright.
Even you might lose your luster
Among all the clutter.
I speak for myself.
When I shout
What goes out
TODAY?

Carol Carlisle

Please go visit Becca Givens Curator of Nurturing Thursday.

NaPoWriMo Poetry challenge Suggested Masonry walls. I wrote about what we keep between the walls.

I came upon the photo on Facebook. One way of letting go is passing on.
Happy Thursday!

 

12 thoughts on “Nurturing Thursday: Today Is The Day To Let Go and Poetry Day 24

  1. A gem of a reminder — sometime easy for me to do and some times more challenging. As far a clutter within our walls — when I hit the “mood” I can pitch out and/or give away with ease … this is a gentle reminder for me to work on improving with more frequency and with more ease. Thank you for linking!

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    • I will declutter frequently and with ease, sounds like an excellent affirmation for all of us. Mind if I use it?
      Come on over when you “get in the mood”,
      A neighbor was almost clutter phobic my daughter left a piece of art work at her house when we went back across the street minutes later it was GONE!
      Balance is needed in all things,
      Happy Thursday!

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  2. Ain’t that the truth!! lol
    That’s what Mary keeps telling me too. But . . . . it’s such good stuff with good memories?? Ha

    Neal

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