Monthly Archives: August 2008

Onions Disappear

(It is believed that the onion originally came from India, thence to Egypt, on to Greece and all of Europe.) Since this is about a figurative onion, it will proceed without tears: THE TRAVELING ONION “When I think how far … Continue reading

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Follow Up to David Whyte Poem

This is a follow-up on the poem by David Whyte. I’ve taken a portion of the middle part and it’s started some inner conversation. I like the idea that each of us is “carrying what is hidden as a gift … Continue reading

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First Thoughts

Lizzie mentioned the poet, David Whyte, to me yesterday, and quite by lovely accident I picked up a book by Roger Housden this morning that contained a poem by David Whyte. You’ve heard it before, and once heard, it echoes … Continue reading

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