Stop, For Just A Moment

The Moment

“Oh the coming- out- of- nowhere moment
when, nothing
no what- have- I -to- do – today- list
maybe half a moment
the rush of traffic stops.
The whir of I should be, I should be, I should be
slows to silence,
the white cotton curtains hanging still.”

By: Marie Howe

I saw this poem posted on a NYC subway. To me it’s a reminder to take a moment and just be. You might ask what else is there to do while you are as good as trapped on a subway? I can tell you that I have seen a dance troupe practicing between stations! Show me someone who isn’t bopping away to a song with their ear buds in (or sometimes singing out loud – after all it’s a NYC subway!). People are playing games on their phone, watching TV, conducting business and on and on and on. It’s exhausting.

So when I looked around and saw “The Moment,” I seized it!

Seizing the moment can mean a variety of things to different people, but if you’re having trouble applying this process to your sex life, contact us. We can help.