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My psoas is always tight.
Sometimes I’m too intense.
My psoas reminds me with a collegial cramp.
Usually on my dominant side.
I notice, but push through, telling my psoas to shut the hell up, I’m busy.
When it’s quiet,
I notice and allow the guidance.
I soften and submit to a gentleness of mind and muscle.
The ease that comes is an honest breeze that carries me through.
"Not Now, Psoas.,"
Akesis: Vol. 4
, Article 3.
Available at: https://dune.une.edu/akesis/vol4/iss2/3