Monthly Archives: April 2016

“WRITING DOWN THE BONES”

I’ve always loved the title of that small Shambala Pocket Classic, written 30 years ago.  My dog-eared copy shows those years! The sub-title, “Freeing the Writer Within” is what hooked me in the beginning, and since then has proven its … Continue reading

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OCCASIONS

To celebrate the return of the early sun is a kind of wonder. What do we say to each other? How about this: “I wish for you that when you awake You emulate the leaf and the bird; That like … Continue reading

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SKIPPING PARAGRAPHS

I pick up a poetry book and notice that there are times when a poem looks very long, let’s just skip paragraphs here and there. So I tried that. No go. So, here it is in all its wonder and … Continue reading

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