Monthly Archives: February 2013

THE POET’S EYE

One of my favorite quotes from Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream—Act 5, Scene 1 (Theseus speaking): Lovers and madmen have such seething brains, Such shaping fantasies, that apprehend More than cool reason ever comprehends. The lunatic, the lover, and the … Continue reading

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LOVE IS EASY

To my bride Mary, and to all my loving and wonderful friends, love is easy. To fear love — like the grass fearing the blowing snow that brings life-giving water, fearing love is like grapes hiding from wine-bubbling sunlight, tomatoes … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday — Renewal

Today is the day I begin a special journal, dedicated to spiritual introspection and renewal, sort of a slap in the face wake up call to realign my energies to a peace with where I live,  what I do, and … Continue reading

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SNOW DAY

7:07 AM, snow day images and first draft ramblings. Yikes, the chill on the floor spike cold electricity up through my feet. I love it; even the foggy moisture on my study window a canvas to draw funny faces. I … Continue reading

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3 HAIKU — LOVE

I love picking up feathers. From what others lose I find my way home. When I say “I love you” I ask for nothing; my heart’s wish for you: blossom. Mother’s hand in mine. her breath laboring, until the stars … Continue reading

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February Love Words

To refocus what is most important in my life: Who I AM WITH,  What I do, and Where I live,  My goal for  daily journaling in February, the love month, will be about LOVE.  Only some of the writings will appear here … Continue reading

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