Fixed to the Mirror

September 11, 2018 martin 1

“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift.” (Albert Einstein)    Fixed to the mirror I will not see the wave Nor the dance […]

Within What is Possible

September 8, 2018 martin 0

for GB & GB   Two powerful leadership questions to ask myself. Through my actions and leadership presence: What happens when I make it socially and relationally safe for others to speak their truth and be themselves? What happens when I encourage action beyond where […]

Pattern Recognition (a process poem)

July 4, 2018 martin 0

Look deeply In stillness At the patterns You follow Look for: Repetition Habitual rhythms Fixed beliefs Choose one You want to work with Measure its worth With one yardstick: The degree to which This pattern of thinking brings you Ease, expansion, benefit and flow. If you […]

Fire Place

July 1, 2018 martin 0

for Beau, Mark & Jan take embers place them in your memory and think of the times when you sat side by side in friendship, and with those kindred stared silently and simply into a campfire or fire-place while night’s fortress held you bound and […]

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At Evening’s Fall

February 11, 2018 martin 0

Our words were mesmerised, unable at each attempt to describe the end of day the sun took its story – a spectacle of hues and ribbons between gold fire and greyblack crimsons beyond Wolumbin – reclining grandmother crag head facing skyward – omniscient pausing inbreath […]

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On Funicular Stairs

January 22, 2018 martin 0

I climbed down through coastal scrub Sandstone nub and turkey scratch, Purposefully counted into the hundreds And then became distracted for caution And for possible misstep. On safe arrival The foreshore held its mysteries Within wash and cliff and ancient sands, I did not inquire […]

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Mother’s Stories

January 14, 2018 martin 0

Rarely as I recall, in truth, Did she speak expansively of herself Or tell us stories of her young adventure She reserved the detail and the admiration for others, Others who were remote to me, in interest and in caring, I never knew, and always […]

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Fishing Trip

January 14, 2018 martin 0

The fisherman’s mate Left by the road Twenty feet back onto the verge Waited patiently awatch in the shade Waited adjacent to where the dinghy and trailer were parked One side chocked up One wheel waiting for its mate   Martinos © 2018

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Aligned to Your Purpose

December 30, 2017 martin 0

People are not inspired and influenced just by what you say.  They are inspired and influenced by: what you say how you say it why you say it and their sense of where you’re coming from – your Purpose. As your Purpose grounds and energises […]

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Contemplation on Choice

December 29, 2017 martin 0

At the centre Of every thought Pivoting Holding, poised to act, if but momentarily Is Choice Often unattended And more often, habitually led Is Choice On a filament of fine decision Delicately placed between this and that Are the constructions to build or The consequences […]