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Breathing: A New Translation In Modern English

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Breathe.
Again. Breathe is spelled like
Spring Breeze. Breathe is spelled
like Deep Sleep Cotton Sheets.
Breathe is spelled Turn
Your Face To
The Sun.
Imitate a flower if
you forget this spelling.
Breathe every day to
remind this body how.
Breathe to remember—
Oh, what was it? The
Present Moment.
That was it. Gone.
but
wait
here is
another.

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