Monthly Archives: April 2011

HEY BABY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE

Hey, Baby, it’s cold outside! We can say that again, fully expecting a warmer clime by this time. So, time is doing its own thing. I say, ‘thanks a lot !’, turning to a voice from another time: ” Shall … Continue reading

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AT HOME

Oatmeal at 4 a.m., the best. Time to pick up the thick volume of a man’s record of a life, and wander in: “I walk toward the kitchen door as if walking toward the door of a recognized heaven and … Continue reading

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GARDENS

As a child, I grew up reading “A Child’s Garden of Verses”, familiar and wonderful. Now grown up considerably, I read “A Mystic Garden, Working with Soil, Attending to Soul” by Gunilla Norris. The familiar words never fail to become … Continue reading

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PAGES BECOME A BOOK

This book, “Count Me the Stars” by Kylie Johnson, is very curious. I’ve become accustomed to poems that start and end on a page. They don’t have to take up a whole page, but I can see the shape of … Continue reading

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TIMING….

A brand new poem, written less than a month ago, surfaced. I was so struck by it when I received it from my friend that I made notes and let it be until I could read it anew. I share … Continue reading

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EQUANIMITY

“Summers are still warm,” is part of a sub-title for an article called, ‘It Would Be a Pity to Waste a Good Crisis’. Right now I am concerned that Spring is not a bit warmer! While I am waiting for … Continue reading

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