Monthly Archives: August 2014

ABOUT HOUSES

Some words from Kahlil Gibran: “And tell me, people of Orphalese, what have you in these houses? And what is it you guard with fastened doors? …………. But you, children of space, you restless in rest, you shall not be … Continue reading

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METAPHORS

Another part of my library shelves contain books that have been sources of encouragement for dark times. We all have those. Of course. So, this morning I found an old book that I’d forgotten was there~ a book entitled, “What … Continue reading

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NO MATTER WHAT…

….If you stick it out,if you get up, find a snack, go back to bed, you know that, no matter what, the sun will rise, and another day begin. “SUNRISE You can die for it — an idea, or the … Continue reading

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537 PAGES, CIRCA 1990

Only 24 years ago, Contemporary Poetry was prolific with reference to so much of the past.  Reading it today, I am amazed at the distance we have traveled in our common understanding of our world, our hope for change and … Continue reading

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A BRIEF TURN

IT’S STILL DARK I came to my desk, turned on the lamp and noticed that turning the attitude of the screen just a brief turn created a really new space! This is the intro to this day, yet unlived and … Continue reading

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