Sidewalk Bends

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Horse Head by Nenad StojanovicFull moon.
Full grace.

Jumping horse.
Fallen hurdle.

Half moon.
Half faced.

High horse.
Walking the course.

Ahh!!!

photo credit: Horse Head by Nenad Stojanovic

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Written by Sidewalk Bends

November 28, 2011 at 7:57 pm

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  1. Beg to differ with your annatation (excuse the spelling).

    Full Moon….Open, Without contridition, Full of Grace, Being seen as, Walking the walk, Talking the talk,
    Making sacrifices without thought of Self, Without thought of Gain Either Spiritually or in this Life .

    Half Moon….Trying to balance, trying to fit 2 worlds into one.

    Quarter Moon….Trying to Live One Life and Knowing another.

    High Horse….Thinking you know it all yet know nothing.

    Old adage…. They who know part of a Truth and say they know/write it all, are more dangerous than those who know the Truth but say nothing.

    Eoin

    December 4, 2011 at 9:00 pm

  2. Thanks for the clarification! I was trying to make sense of something I had seen and thought I would just write it out. I had understood the high horse part but could not figure out the moon thing. I took that as “phases” cycling through one or the other.

    What you said makes more sense though especially given what I saw was a horse jump during a full moon. It makes me want to switch the lines….and so I will.

    Thank you!

    sidewalkbends

    December 5, 2011 at 6:23 pm

  3. The original. It actually makes me feel better to change it because I couldn’t quite swallow the Full of grace part with the half moon. The irony is not lost btw, on the old adage Eion points out. For this I know will I answer as for many things.

    Full moon.
    Half faced.

    Jumping horse.
    Fallen hurdle.

    Half moon.
    Full grace.

    High horse.
    Walking the course.

    Ahh!!!

    sidewalkbends

    December 5, 2011 at 6:29 pm


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