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a portal to the other world

I need to do this more often; just wander through landscapes that have strong undercurrents. There’s no excuse as the Chanctonbury Ring is only about an hour away to the west along the coast road. 700 more words

Poetry

Success in solitude

I’m beginning to think that maybe solitude is the success.

I don’t want money. Growing up, I was welfare poor. That’s right. I said it. Now, even though I’m inching up in life, I’d rather be welfare poor than rich without morality and concern for other people who are hurting below me. 688 more words

Poetry

We Are Many

An excerpt from the translation of the poem…

While I am writing, I am far away;
and when I come back, I have already left. 73 more words

Arts

Pinot Noir and Pablo Neruda

This past weekend we took a week off from Skiing to drive out to the coast to make the most of the Friday holiday.  It is harder in Chile to do spur-of-the-moment trips because the most popular destinations are booked far in advance, which poses a challenge for non-planners like us.   816 more words

Places To Explore

Love Sonnet XI

I crave your mouth, your voice, your hair.
Silent and starving, I prowl through the streets.
Bread does not nourish me, dawn disrupts me, all day… 94 more words