Monthly Archives: December 2011

ACROSS THE CEILING

I just  woke up from that semi-dream that seems so real.  In the  twilight of my room I had found myself typing furiously to keep up with the sound and sight of those familiar words, “T’was the night before Christmas, and … Continue reading

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THE POETS

It’s been 10 days of focusing on essentials, ever toward a simpler balance, as I’ve moved through a miasma of seasonal illness, finally feeling myself again. Refreshed by 4 hours of sleep, I got up just now to reach again … Continue reading

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THE REFRIGERATOR

Expiration dates for food sit on the side of my ‘fridge. You’d think that this would take care of healthy conditions within its contents, however it is dependent on my awareness of actual physical time. I was brought up very … Continue reading

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THE MORNING AFTER

Yesterday was my birthday for the year 2011, very late in the year, too near Christmas and New Year’s to make a dent in all the activity surrounding this time, I said. Yet, whatta day it was! So many of … Continue reading

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‘RELATIONS’

POSTMISTRESS EARTH 04421 “From broken dreams, we wake to every day’s brave history, the gravity of every moment. We wake to let our lives inhabit: now, here, again, this very day, passionate as all Yeats woke in old age to … Continue reading

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POEM TO BE READ AT 3 AM

Poems are perfect at 3 a.m. I found this poem just a bit after, but since it’s not yet 4 (a.m.), it will still work: “Excepting the diner On the outskirts The town of Ladora At 3 A.M. Was dark … Continue reading

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