Monthly Archives: February 2012

Young Lover

When we hold hands and walk in the moonlight, will you please, teach me how to kiss. Advertisements

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Heilke’s Gift

Heilke brought a bouquet of tulips to Mary. As I write morning pages, they’re right in front of me; yellow sunfire tulips    tulips     tulips   tulips   tulips     tulips    tulips  tulips tulips  tulips  tulips closed mouthed, blushing pink along their cheeks. I’m … Continue reading

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Burning

To paraphrase one of my heroes, Victor Frankl, “Those who give light must endure the burning.”

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Where Do You Want To. . .

At a Poetry House Call event last evening one of the participants read a poem by Cesar Vallejo about Vallejo’s prediction that he would die in Paris and then the lady said, “I love Paris so much I want to … Continue reading

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The Blessing

Offering their precious gift, the clamshells of her hands open and pour the grace of silence all over him. And he smiles then bows.

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Real Art/Love

Ann O’Shaugnessy of Heron Dance writes: “I believe real art, in whatever form it takes, is our essence revealed and expressed. And, to me, this act of courageously offering your essence can benefit the world regardless of the reception and … Continue reading

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The Real Superbowl

(Ten minute “weighted workout” exercise with words which I’ll probably re-write 16 times) Because you know how it is when the shell of heaven cracks open and ten seconds count down to  that first catch of egg yolk sun peeking bright-eyed … Continue reading

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