Monthly Archives: March 2014

Parsing Our Breath

I breathe You breathe Gently in Softly out I breathe You breathe We breathe. Gentle Softly Breathe  Breathe Lips to lips. In Out Our love kiss. Breath to breath So easily given. Breathe. . . Advertisements

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Heart Transplant

Some one said, “Writing poetry is not brain surgery.” Oh, wait a minute, writing poetry is brain surgery and heart surgery combined. And they don’t give you anesthesia. Listen up, Jack. You break the shovel You don’t dig the garden. … Continue reading

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Moon Radar

Earth date: March 18, 2014 2:28 AM Looking up to the night sky– Full moon radiating growth rings Light rays of a cosmic radar screen. Those star-field blips on the sweep-hand– Obviously, fireflies lighting our way home.

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Goodbye, My Friend

On Saturday we received a phone call that Mr. Fee could not overcome the blood lots in his leg and the pneumonia in his lungs. A man we loved.¬† They don’t come any better than Mr. Fee. I wrote a … Continue reading

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Seeking

This morning I pasted to the top of my Lenten Journal page a word I clipped from a magazine: Seeking. Seeking what? More money? More love? More harmony? Don’t need more money, really. Would just buy more pasta, grapevines, and … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

You know how it is when you’ve put it some place special so that when you really want it or need it you can’t find it? Damn. Where is it? You look high and low and in every nook and … Continue reading

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Homeward Bound

Millions of snowflakes — in such a hurry, which ones will make it home, to the ocean? As we exited the airplane the pilot came out and said, “Our ground time here will be brief.” Washing my hands and face … Continue reading

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