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WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE...

It’s that time of year, at least in Colorado. Outside, the water is ice and snow. Inside, it’s hot: for coffee, tea, and showers. Borrowing from last week’s post, we’ll just say this is H2O multi-tasking. 424 more words

Dementia/Alzheimer's

Christmas Decorations

The small, dark haired girl sits on her bedroom windowsill, watching a long legged spider scuttle across the grubby glass. She observes the arachnid with a serious expression, her eyebrows furrowed in a deep frown. 2,099 more words

Drama

Huge cloudy symbols of a high romance

WHEN I have fears that I may cease to be
Before my pen has glean’d my teeming brain,
Before high piled books, in charact’ry,
Hold like rich garners the full-ripen’d grain; 84 more words

Literature

Odes to Things in Drawers - Wooden Spoons & Handkerchiefs

Ode To a Wooden Spoon
Lying in the dark drawer, but not alone
The wooden spoon waits for the moment to come alive
Bursting with possibilities in the mixing and stirring

In your tireless waiting for mixing don't bemoan
You are meant for than mixing and whirring
It is in the kitchen you are meant to thrive

Oh spoon, you are forgotten with the bamboo 
But you are lovelier and stronger than most spoons
How will I ever exist without your strength as I stir? 258 more words
Poetry

Poetics #2: Nature vs. Nurture

Again we bring you a tiny bit of the submission goals of the journal Crazyhorse: “[W]e read with a discerning eye for poems that demonstrate a rhetorical and formal intelligence—that is, poems that know why they are written in the manner that they are.” 488 more words

Crazyhorse

Logic Is the Mystic's Best Friend



(Published in Word Catalyst)
PR4–237

Logic Is the Mystic’s Best Friend

Contrary to fascist rumor
Logic is the mystic’s best friend

I will now demonstrate in the streets… 1,410 more words

Poetry