Monthly Archives: July 2011

Clumsy Joy

I had just finished praying ardently and tearfully for healing and for protection, for my husband, for guidance, for clarity and tranquility and gratitude, and finished singing into the emptiness of the meditation room filled with dawn’s early light, and … Continue reading

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Things To Think About On A Morning Run

Where there was only grey, and brownish grey, And greyish brown against the white Of fallen snow at twilight in the winter woods, Now an uncanny flamelike thing, black and sulphur-yellow, as if it were dreamed by Audubon, Is turned … Continue reading

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Inter-Exposure

Digging around in boxes last week, I found an old manual black and white camera that years ago I enjoyed tinkering around with, for the love of the grinding sound the advance lever makes when you pull it, and for … Continue reading

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The Details

In the stationary store, I picked out green envelopes, gold envelopes, green stationary with scalloped edging, and black and white cherry blossom foil seals. Later, I put on my my stranger-friend-from-Germany’s favorite composer, Brahms, sat down at the kitchen table … Continue reading

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Refrigerator

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Not Sure What To Make Of It

Do you ever feel like you are dissolving?

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Waking Hour

Every now and then there is an album which, in its entirety, resonates so deeply that it is hard to believe the songs are written about people outside the circle of your own existence. For me there’s at least one … Continue reading

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