Plans are what we make when nothing is happening--

take yesterday, for instance:

the snowfall, the rose bush, neither of us knowing

what would come next. Is the saying so important?

Or is it better to find the plan beneath the day,

like a stone in the snow--

crouch down, roll up our sleeves,

and dig in?

Holes are what we make when nothing

seems to be happening; though seeing is not seem,

and certainly something is happening--

(did you feel it?) it is happening

right now


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