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For the Week of July 27, 2014: A Place of My Own

Goethe once wrote that all writers are homesick, that all writers are really searching for home.  Being a writer is being on a constant search for where you belong.” 760 more words

Writing And Wellness

For the Week of July 20, 2014: Writing as Prayer

I’m on my way to Berkeley this week, teaching “Writing as a Healing Ministry, a week-long intensive course for clergy, seminary students and anyone interested in attending.   752 more words

Cancer & Writing

Wasted Youth

Tight against the walls
sad robots in assembly line
reflective faces catch rays
of glowing biomechanical screens

Robotic speech pattern loops
caught in repetitive motion… 91 more words

Poetry

For the Week of July 13, 2014: What It Means to Heal

So much died here last year

but last month rain forced

peach-red mouths out of balding sand,

and within weeks sun coaxed

tiny constellations of yellow, 1,108 more words

Writing And Wellness

Coal

Engine eruption, burning atmosphere
blow smoke in the face of
earthly life-giving lie;
leave their black eyes,
tumors for descendants.

Water rush, water ride
no amusement and no park. 159 more words

Poetry

Alone

Raindrops
The window
The floor.

There was a time
Like this before.

Snowfall
The shelter
The cold.

The unspoken past
Is getting old.

Mountains
The landlock… 47 more words

Poetry

Ink-Stained Past is now official!

Just a very minor update (though it feels important to me, anyways) – Ink-Stained Past is now officially at its own domain on inkstainedpast.com. All old links will still link back to where they should, so nothing will really change about site access; the URL just looks a lot better. 310 more words

Creative Writing