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Different is unique


Unusual... ©copyright2014owpp

Unusual…
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Unusual twist to a facade
Meaning beautiful & unique
Why be like everyone when
You can be different 🙂

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Perfectly imperfect flower!


Beautifully imperfect! ©copyright2013owpp

Beautifully imperfect!
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Perfect imperfect flower
Radiant in uniqueness
Glowing in strength
You are more beautiful
Than all the rows
Of fluffy petals
For you stand out
And catch the eye
Of the passerby.

Name: Spotted Cat’s Ear
(Hypochaeris radicata)

Flower power ©copyright2013owpp

Flower power
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The eyes of the apprised-1989 Adjusted March 2013


watching time go by... ©copyright2013owpp

watching time go by…
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The eyes of the apprised
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Sluicing
Through your fingers…
Time.
You watch calmly
Without feeling
The need to marvel
Or rave
Every instant.
What you called
Boredom or routine

Yesterday
Is in the eyes
Of the apprised
Appeasing.
You have
No urge to
Explain nor
Desire to
Leverage.
You savor

The minutes
And seconds
Recognizing
What is precious
Yet, accepting
The uniqueness
Of intensity
The potency
And magnitude
Of passion

As a desideratum
For essence
A requisite
For living
Creating
Being the author
Of your conception
Liberating
Spates
Of colors

And words
Furiously
Quenching
Those qualities
Sating
Those flaws.
To maximize.
Try again
And again
Never waiving

Nor abalienating (1)
Learn and
Burn midnight oil
Then, go back
Contemplating..
Time streaming
Through you.
Rave and marvel
Supervene (2)
The flow

Of eternity

(1)
Ab`al´ien`ate (ăb`āl´yen`āt; 94, 106)

v. t. 1. (Civil Law) To transfer the title of from one to another; to alienate.
2. To estrange; to withdraw.
3 To cause alienation of (mind).

(2) su•per•vene (s p r-v n )

intr.v. su•per•vened, su•per•ven•ing, su•per•venes
1. To come or occur as something extraneous, additional, or unexpected. See Synonyms at follow.
2. To follow immediately after; ensue.
3. Philosophy To be dependent on a set of facts or properties in such a way that change can occur only after change has occurred in those facts or properties