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We Sing For Water

On this Indigenous People’s Day, we open our ears to the words and songs of the Water Protectors at Standing Rock and elsewhere around the world. 82 more words


Keeper of the Walk

“I have learned that the point of life’s walk is not where or how far I move my feet but how I am moved in my heart.”


Bat Medicine

On a recent evening, I walked to the wetland at the edge of the Rio Grande for the bat-rise at sunset, the silent dance of dark forms against the golden sky, and remembered that I’d written about it a few years ago. 973 more words

Behind The Stories: Inspirations And Encounters

“…the world branded on ragged sides.” Linda Hogan

Sitting down to practice we might consider what we can learn today. It might be as simple as getting a feel for the piece, or more complicated like keeping to an exam preparation schedule. 554 more words


The Book of Medicines

I have added a number of poems from Linda Hogan’s collection The Book of Medicines to my personal poetry anthology. I’ve kept a commonplace book for years that often included pieces of poems or entire poems but it was Robert Pinsky and his book… 651 more words