• Now and Again

    Now and Again

    Originally posted on C.M. Rivers: Now the giraffe-like lily, turning its head to look out the window in graciousness. Now the blackberry, summer’s thimble, its shape discussed at a celestial seminar where Sun and Moon are merely attendees, two out of ten-thousand. The fruit is not on a bush beneath a tree in some… Read more

  • Now and Again

    Now and Again

    “Now we return to the lily” Read more

  • Tommy Orange’s Powwow: Stage or Symbol?

    If you were writing a novel and you had something you really needed to say, from deep down in the marrow of your bones, wouldn’t you love to turn the setting for your story’s climactic moments into a perfect stage upon which your characters could play out their final scenes, while at the same timeContinue… Read more

  • To Train In Rejoicing

    To Train In Rejoicing

    “We can train in rejoicing in even the smallest blessings our life holds. It’s easy to miss our own good fortune; often happiness comes in ways we don’t even notice. It’s like the cartoon I saw of an astonished-looking man saying What was that?! The caption below read ‘Bob experiences a moment of well-being’. TheContinue… Read more

  • Making Conversation

    Making Conversation

    Turn over the stone of what is not true to discover what is possible… Read more

  • Many Rivers

    Many Rivers

    You have known many takers, known many givers, walked many pathways, crossed many rivers.  Maybe you’ve known a husband or two, some lovers or wives.  You’ve died a few deaths, lived a few lives. You have been a seeker, you have been a finder, you have found the forgotten and remained a reminder. You have worn many costumesContinue… Read more

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