Day 28 — OctWriPoMo — WORK and TRAIN

commune with the universe

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Today’s offerings are two poems in the Clarity Pyramid form.  The first is pretty clear, it is about a sense of belonging at my job, which is in a human service field.  The job is challenging, demanding, and would be impossible to do without the support of my co-workers!





got each other’s backs

case consult cube talking

after work laughter and toasts

”helping place, feel wanted, needed”

This one is about one of the community-based programs some of my clients participate in, which involves juveniles in the court system being paired with animal shelter dogs, where professional dog trainers teach kids how to socialize the dogs, which makes the dogs imminently more adoptable when people go to the shelter and meet them.  In the process, the kids learn how to set rules, give and receive affection, and build social skills.  The adults who bring them to the program — myself included — enjoy comradery as we watch the magic happen.





Therapeutic work

Love: they train each other

Adults watch and talk softly

“learning rules, safe environment”


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Cara Hartley says:

    I tend to think that animals are better companions than most people.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      I agree that most are.


  2. heyannis says:

    Both these are wonderful. Thank you so much. Nice job with the form. xoA

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, A. Great prompts today!


  3. Dawn D says:

    I love both poems. Short, to the point, yet everything is there. Well done with this form!
    And I must say I love the idea behind the second poem too. What a win-win!

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you Dawn! Glad you enjoyed them. Yes on the dog training, it is.

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