Monthly Archives: September 2012

NO BIG WORDS

With the weekend approaching, it might be apt to look at the pleasure of all five senses: ” Savoring, tasting, touching, hearing, seeing — these are the gates through which the world pours in and through us. The wider we … Continue reading

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LAST HOURS OF SUMMER

It’s 3:00 a.m. and the leaves on the trees are still. that is so strange! It happens, over and over. Sometimes I wake up, turn to find that yes, again, the leaves are still, right then at a 3:00 a.m. … Continue reading

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MAY IT HAPPEN

Conventions parade faces and voices from other parts of the USA into our living rooms. I have been full of amazement as familiar political faces were joined by so many unknown to me because their papers had not been left … Continue reading

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A GARDEN

The end of Summer seems to fall around Labor Day, part of our cultural homage to change of season. I went to my bookcase this morning, pulled out Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, then recent poems by Mary Oliver, and lastly, … Continue reading

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