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The Hanging Tree

Are you, are you

Coming to the tree

Where they strung up a man they say murdered three.

Strange things did happen here…

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Decadence In The Dark...

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I feel your gaze…a soft caress…
I see you between the pale light of the rising moon and deep shadows… 103 more words


The Seeds of Community: Forest Garden Emerging

Originally Published in Permaculture Activist Issue #91, Spring 2014.


Dispersal Act One

This is the story of people, resources, and vision coming together to grow a forest garden in Syracuse, NY.   2,069 more words

Forest Gardening

Let Me Be...

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It is too much…

All of it…

Let me be still…

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I want to think my quiet thoughts… 109 more words


Book Review: The Bargain from the Bazaar

Creative nonfiction that focuses on explaining the plight of us non-Western folk to the Western audience has been in fashion for a long time. There was… 895 more words


Book Review: The Gatekeeper's Wife and other stories

When it comes to writers of South Asian origin living in the West and writing in English, questions of categorization and classification invariably arise. Should their work be seen in the context of postcolonial literature or should they simply be known as English-language authors? 575 more words


Film Review: Dedh Ishqiya

Word on the street was that Dedh Ishqiya is one of the smartest comedies to come out of Bollywood in awhile. As most of the comedies that Bollywood churns out on a regular basis are less than stellar, that’s not really saying much. 825 more words