Monthly Archives: March 2014

It’s Coming!!

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God Seeds

Originally posted on Spirituality Without Borders: Reflections on Spiritual Practice:
    “The seed of God is in us. Given an intelligent and hard-working farmer, it will thrive and grow up to God, whose seed it is; and accordingly its…

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Nature of Poetry

All nature is poetry, movement and line Returning and patterning, signs recombine. With every springtime and every beat Rhythms of sunlight, winds pulse metric feet. Close fractal patterns emerge in green growth, In breeze and cloud spirals, repeated in both … Continue reading

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Beautiful things are coming…

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Sonnet for My Husband’s Touch

The singing, pounding, spinning sun in you Sends messages down through your arms and hands To seek my skin and, once there, to imbue It with intelligence it understands. The weaker light of my heart, your heart’s slave Takes on … Continue reading

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Song for the Return of the Sun

Now comes the Spring We whirl and swing We buzz and sing With everything Each worm and wing. Now comes the heat Melts snow and sleet Cold’s obsolete Glad dirty feet And earthworms meet! Now comes the light The seeds’ … Continue reading

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Tanka for A Long Marriage

Heat pours from the sun, Pumps life up fifty-foot pines. Love’s great engine, Lust, Pumps life into long-lived Love, Makes our orbit fast and hot.

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A single week’s growth on reserved green onion ends:

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Our garlic is up!

Our garlic is up! Our garlic is up! Our garlic is up! It’s only a couple of inches on about five of the hundred twenty we planted, and it looks unhappy, but that will change. Our garlic is up! It … Continue reading

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Bonjour, la France!

Quand vous me voyez écrire quelque chose en francais et il y a une mot mal (ou nombreaux!), voulez-vous me direz, s’il vous plaît?

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