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Friendships, relationships, marriages…when we stop bothering to understand, maybe there is only space for one to wander out and reclaim the dance, take off our shoes and walk the streets -- get naked in the water of our own life.

I had a conversation the other day, a kind of challenge or debate, that resulted in “it’s both, and.” I nodded yes and didn’t ask what he meant. I understood. And it held as a kind of a simple turn of our relation to all things, order Prednisolone over the counter. Both, and – new, and – old, and…

The “and” puts a kind of elongation and harmonious ever-more-ness. We could always reach an understanding with that much room to breathe, couldn’t we.

So new is the new year that we shed the day before on paper and say, today, I start over. I go from here. So, if tomorrow I can do that again, and again, always trusting in letting go of yesterday, maybe I’ll understand. Maybe I’ll take my socks off, get my feet dirty, and hug my dad.

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    • sightandsound

      What a remarkable treat to wake up to this AM. I LOVE the idea of the music clip that is offered with piece as an original composition for the read. I am however dyslexic and do read slow, so if there is a technical way to have it loop or an option to loop, I would relish it even more. The whole of the work is splendid and my only thought is never stop trying to connect with others unless you need a break from them. Very, very cool work.

      • heatherauthor

        Thank you for this! Kyle's song was cut short…the full piece plays now…and it is so delightful. I'm really happy you appreciate the piece!

    • Kris Keppeler

      I love the music, it goes wonderfully with the writing. I had to read it more than once, very thought provoking.

      • heatherauthor

        Thank you, Kris!

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    • leslie

      Beautifully poetic and even more moving with the music. Wonderful writing. Thank you for sharing your gift!

      • heatherauthor

        Thank you for your kind response!

    • Andy Mc

      Beautiful. Both.

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    • Andy Mc

      Beautiful. Both.

    • Lizad

      Lovely. The music and words flow together in a way I don't know I have experienced before. This is a great use of the possibilities of publishing on the web and what can be done with multi media.

      • heatherauthor

        Thanks for the feedback. I don't know if this could work with other pieces or not; but I want to try again sometime. It was great fun.

    • porterworks1

      wonderful. very well done.

    • porterworks1

      very very nice. thank you both!

      • heatherauthor

        Much appreciated. :)

    • Jhene

      Hey Heather! Sorry it has taken so long to read this! My loss! Gorgeous. I love it. Adding in the music was so smart. Perfect. Please continue to let me know about your posts! Very best, Jhene

      • heatherauthor

        Thanks, Jhene!

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    Heather Ayres

    Heather Ayres is a writer and filmmaker, living in Seattle. She has written for several award-winning short screenplays and recently directed "Betty," a 35mm narrative short film about a young, rebellious woman who journeys doctor to doctor on a strange path that illuminates the heart. Heather attempts to gracefully float between two part-time jobs for two nonprofits, writing grants and raising money, and occasionally freelances. She's the mother of a preschooler who reminds her to laugh and cry at everything, and not to spend all day (or night!) at the computer. In the quiet realm, Heather enjoys soul searching, the music of friends, mountain hiking with her family, planting food she can eat, and reading the works of Martín Prechtel, Arundhati Roy, Paulo Coelho, Isabel Allende, and Milan Kundera.

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