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the fluent graze
of dispersive light,
Braille for the heart
by which to envision,
or, how a river of eyes,
vim and bellwethered,
cite Forgiveness
to tow the pending divide.

An Existentialist Exercise

Essence comes only after existence. You have life, but what will you make of it? This is what old white dudes like Sartre and Nietzsche thought about. 271 more words


The High Holy Days

we are coming upon the High Holy days, Rosh ha-Shona and Yom Kippur-the new year, the time for a new beginning, where we re-evaluate our lives, where we look at what we did right and what we could improve on. 164 more words

A BOOK : You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman

Whew! So if you are interested in a brain workout, read You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman. I chose to read this based off of the… 327 more words


A Saskatchewan Farm Boy: the City Years; by Al Bryski

© Al Bryski

The Long Walk and the Salisbury House Reward!

I stamp the snow off my boots as I enter the CNR yard office in Transcona. 1,221 more words

Personal Story

And so, in theory

I’m listening to Radio 4, to a woman (on woman’s hour) speaking about her rescinding the passion of equestrianism and owning her own horse in London. 413 more words


Unyielding Souls

By Raye Danielle Peralta

As the alarm rings at half past four

The flow of wind knocks at her window

Droplets of rain race to the ground as it pour… 169 more words