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Category Archives: Poetry
A poem I won’t forget; it slays my heart every time I read it. The poet is Laura Gilpin and the poem is The Two-Headed Calf. I’m sure growing up on a farm adds to my love of this poem … Continue reading
winter winds play the brown marcescent leaves music of rain sticks
Fine memories dwell here. I can almost hear them when I close my eyes.
May the blue bird of happiness grace your life. May the water element do its good work. May the world be whole again. Words and Painting by Sabra Bowers.
waiting is my current action plan autumn assists me
it was a surprise to find the gate open giving entry to the rutted road I’d not walked since my youth we meandered the yards around the abandoned farmhouse and barns my friend wanted to try the doors I was … Continue reading
the photos sit on table tops outside offices in corporate halls altars to dead men, executives who died tragically, too soon it takes a shutting down of heart to ignore the subtle energy drain of these altars Yes, portraits of … Continue reading
If I told you the one thing you must do for abounding opportunities, would you do it? Could you do it? Like yourself.
august in the city cicadas’ songs adding magic to the music and stories on Lesly’s front porch
I am one with all there is All there is, is alive All of it, one thing Totally connected Ripple affecting all Now and forevermore