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Extraordinary art cards are complete works of art, featuring our custom photography on the front and inspired prose on the back.

Blank interior with removable note sheet for you to write your own personalized message.

100% cotton fiber 32 lb. paper
Ivory wove finish, acid free, archive safe
Comes with a matching envelope.
Printed in U.S.A.

5½ x 8½ in. folded size.

Product Code: CRD-11-012

Coastal Light House Lens
Sense and Sensibility
Northern CA

 

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Sense and Sensibility
(Not Unrelated to Procrastination)

Early
mornings observing sunlight or foggy
mist, rain, sleet or snow, the feeling is...
let's say luxurious or maybe enticed with promise
or aspects of freedom accompanying the daily coin pouch

Brimming
with unspent hours
that might leisurely be traded later
to achieve needed & desired task completions in
some efficient order yielding a sense of accomplishment

Often
much different than at mid-
night's turn with the pouch light in
emptiness and the weight of tomorrow's not
yet sensed, with the sense of another opportunity;

But
not necessarily so if your
days are filled with torture, imprisonment,
misunderstanding or perhaps the slow painfully
wasting away into death from a cancer that knows

No
bounds nor respect.
In truth, we see dimly through
the imperfect lenses of our lives.
Reality, not apart from opportunity,

Is
not easily recognized
nor appreciated in thankfulness
for what it is. We must not, you see,
be in one place without prayerfully seeing another.

-/-

(From the December 18th 2005 Entry
 in the Journal of a Computer Jockey
 by James I. Petersen, www.inkstainedmedia.com)

 


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