Dragging it out

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credit Saatchi art https://www.saatchiart.com/print/Painting-Spring-Chicken-which-came-first/624423/1939461/view

I am tired

Tied to death like this.

A lame pair

Roped in a three-legged race.

What a bother an April picnic is—

Spoon-feeding me desire.

 

But I’m no spring chicken.

Dashing off.

Foolhardy.

Frantic flapping,

Outstretched neck,

Biddy-skin.

 

A shabby hen against the odds.

Imprudent, clawing toward the finish line.

And still,

The gravity of my situation only perpetuating my inevitable trajectory.

Every April, always dragging it out.

Tami Satterfield practices solution-oriented healing from a deep ecological perspective. Her specialities include hypnosis for anxiety, performance, and creativity. Sessions on-line or in Boulder, Colorado include cutting edge brain therapies that will change the way you think. Learn more at attentiontoliving.com

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