Monthly Archives: July 2011

Cracking the Code

MORNING JOURNAL NOTES Walking out the door at 6:18, the doves are cooing blushing red petunias trumpeting kisses to me and I said, “such a beautiful morning.” Sun beams streaking luminous silver clouds clusters of grapes under the arbor more … Continue reading

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Einstein said this

“Our task must be to free ourselves… by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty.” -Albert Einstein

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Heavy, Love

All morning long, I told myself these rocks aren’t heavy the mountains are heavy All morning long, these rocks aren’t heavy the weight of the sea, that’s heavy All morning long, bending over, lifting and tossing rocks filling the long … Continue reading

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Moving Rock, Love

Walking to the rock pile, between white-cap mushrooms? toadstools? I don’t know the difference don’t know the difference between sweat running down into my eyes and the tears they burn nor the difference between hard work moving 10 tons of … Continue reading

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Dove, prose writing

Friday evening, 6:22, after work Mary drove up, rushing into the house, “I just saw two doves, one soared over our roof and the other crashed into our kitchen window.” We hurried outside to the flower garden, picked up the … Continue reading

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Walk Your Beauty

You don’t have to be a Navajo to walk in beauty You don’t have to be a philosopher to walk in wisdom You don’t have to be a gardener to walk among the roses You don’t have to be a … Continue reading

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