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.

Don’t Miss Our Latest Blogs!
Sign up for our Newsletter.

** By submitting your information, you agree to receive email from Maze periodically; you can opt out at any time. Maze does not share email addresses nor any other personal or medical data with third parties.