Monthly Archives: January 2014

Please Announce

PLEASE ANNOUNCE Save The Date – Mark Your Calendar – Bring Your Friends “Lusting Life” A reading/Performance of  Jim Ciletti’s  “sensate” poetry. 7 PM — MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2014 Colorado College — Palmer, Hall — Gates Common room Jim was … Continue reading

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Tagore, again.

“That which oppresses me, is it my soul trying to come out in the open? Or the soul of the world knocking at my heart for its entrance” Tagore.

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Unspoken Dreams

On the cover of our AAA travel magazine the bold headline: “Unspoken Dreams from Sicily to Ephesus and points in between.” And at this early hour, with pink jet contrails slashed across the sky, warm coffee, feet cold on my office … Continue reading

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Tagore

(Oh how I love Tagore’s inspiration) The same stream of life that runs through my veins night and day and runs through the world and dances in rhythmic measures. It is the same life that shoots in joy through the … Continue reading

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Infidels

INFIDELS    (Fourth draft) Socks. In his hand, a bag of socks. Yes, mateless. Yes. Gray wool work sock, gold-toed dress sock, sport sock and more. Where did their mates disappear to? Under the bed in puffs of dust? Zip Snug … Continue reading

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Winter Sunrise

Dipping your wet brush then painting red, orange, yellow, surfing waves across the sky.

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Man Up

With a cup of hot coffee and Saturday morning leisure I opened the Jan. 6 issue of the New Yorker, read Philip Levine’s “poem” that is really a short short story short memoir, totally prose, but in lines and stanzas, … Continue reading

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