Monthly Archives: March 2014

WITHOUT WORDS

THIS MORNING I awoke from a boring dream! Everything too easy in my dream, and I woke myself up to avoid a sense of having been there, done that. When I turned on my computer email, I found Joe Riley’s … Continue reading

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BEING HOME

In between the big changes and crises of our lives, the one place to which we always return is being home.  The familiar sanity restores the energy to weather the next day, the next step. Here’s something on that thought: … Continue reading

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DOG SONGS

I leapt forward just now. It’s that time of year when we approach Daylight Savings Time, and I just moved my watch forward.  The computer and the T-V have already been forwarded.  Amazing that we can arrange time that way. … Continue reading

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REPORTING POETRY

In the March 2014 issue of Poetry Magazine, there are seven pages on a conversation with PBS News Hour correspondent Jeffrey Brown. I can only jump from a line there, to see the flavor of news reporting poetry. Crazy thought … Continue reading

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