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People On The Streets

As I walk on the road, there are many I see whom I wish to know

I watch them work, or talk or rest,  at times in a hurry to come or go… 186 more words

Life

Life and Death: all the Balancing Acts.

I should blog more. But I don’t. I seem to just impart on this blog these massive revelations of my self-journey every few months. They’re for me and I guess they are for anyone who cares enough to read anything I write or can identify with the need to analyze, move forward, articulate and explain. 998 more words

Cemetery Green

One thing I love about cemeteries is, that no matter how old or sad they are, there is always life. For me, it’s a gentle reminder that nothing really dies, because once our bodies become part of the earth again, we nurture it and it’s inhabitants. 11 more words

Photography

Poem: The End of Autumn

                                                                                     “In my End is my Beginning”

The End of Autumn

How could we pass through autumn
without thinking about life.

Life and death.

Life and birth. 84 more words

Mary Kendall

Among The Lilies Browse

Among The Lilies Browse

Where has your lover gone,

   O most beautiful among women?

Where has your lover gone

   that we may seek him with you? 274 more words

Poetry

Time after time

When science has reduced you to a DNA Code

The pointless moment can feel like a lifetime

Remember your faults are your perfections

Your tears and rejections always have a beauty… 67 more words

Poetry

Connor Trapatsos

  • Who: Connor Trapatsos DOB 25 January 1997
  • What: Missing
  • When: 10am, 15th October 2014
  • Where: Brubacher Hall, College of Saint Rose, Albany, New York
  • Why: It’s usually based on an unfulfilled desire – either someone else’s, or their own.  
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Losts And Founds