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The Magic in Mundane

The Magic in Mundane

Rolling rolling 

Rumble rumble

With all this weight

I’m sure to stumble


Vibrations buzzing

From my knuckle

Then down my arm

With a smoothly structured handle

Caressed in my palm


Blot Blot Blot


Give yourself a stretch

Get those muscles pumped


Kookaburras say hello

The sun says

‘I’m here to kick your arse’

I’m reminded there is always a world out here

Insects, trees, flowers

And grass!


My elderly neighbour Jack

Smiles and says g’day

Because he knows there is no better moment

Than exactly where we are today


Meditation takes all forms

And we like to get our wins

I feel I’ve got it all covered here

When I’m taking out our bins

◄ Still Here

The Mirror You Can't Hold ►


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Tue 23rd Apr 2024 09:40

Thanks! I wanna be cool, create a nice experience. 😃 It's definitely a challenge in this modern world. But hey, why not. 😃

Good luck!

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Rasa Kabaila

Tue 23rd Apr 2024 04:49

Thank you, Auracle. That is kind. What a cool profile picture you have!

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Mon 22nd Apr 2024 13:49

It's a very nice post Rasa! Lovely audio 🌷

Greetings back from the Netherlands!

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Rasa Kabaila

Mon 26th Feb 2024 00:11

Thank you Stephen, Hélène and RA Porter!

Hélène, I'm glad you liked my awkward weather report! I'm glad you resonate with the unexpected joy taking out the bins. Is there anything else that the three of you find happiness in-which might be considered mundane for someone else?

Stephen, I know all is right in the world, when I see a comment from you!

RA Porter, your comment:
'Tis is great, joy comes in many guises'- too true.

Thank you everyone. 😃

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R A Porter

Sun 25th Feb 2024 12:33

Tis is great, joy comes in many guises ...

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Sat 24th Feb 2024 15:45

Love this Rasa! Yes, taking out bins can be magical. Enjoyed your weather update too!

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Stephen Gospage

Fri 23rd Feb 2024 17:19

Good to hear from you, Rasa. A poem that's anything but mundane!

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