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In search of Nazariantz

I knew nothing about Armenian history in Bari when we decided to fly there on vacation. It was only by chance that Movses told us that the grave of the Armenian poet… 17 more words


wordless poetry

though their obituaries are wordless
poetry shall be recited by angels
at the tiny graves of martyrs
whose only fault was
they happen to be born… 81 more words


Monday July 28, 2014 Planners

{The women} asked each other, “Who will roll the stone away from the entrance of the tomb?”  Mark 16:3

There really is nothing wrong with making a plan but sometimes I get my mind locked on something and worry it to death looking at every angle and anticipating every possibility.  236 more words

Moonlight Lamp of the Faery Gathering

Out walking in the woods after midnight

I carelessly stumbled upon a  gathering

I sat down behind a gnarled oak and listened.

”I remember,” one said ”when the moon was closer… 197 more words


It's been an interesting day...

This morning I had to work from 7am to 12pm for a new student orientation (I work at a university), which was not fun. The duty of my office at this event is to print student IDs and give them out. 1,164 more words


Flowers on Your Grave

I will ruin you,

I will love you passionately, I will pursue you madly,

I’m a tornado of repressed desires,

I’m a tempest just looking for a prey, 88 more words


The solace of the stone

I just watched an episode of Who Do You Think You Are, a great little show about celebrities tracing their ancestry. It’s not about the celebrity, it’s about their ancestors: often infamous or entirely un-famous people who were history-makers, survivors, newsmakers, or otherwise heroic and interesting characters in their own right. 565 more words