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Sunday Poem

Things to Think

by Robert Bly

Think in ways you’ve never thought before.
If the phone rings, think of it as carrying a message
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Dailies 3/11/17: Brennbaum, the bullied, readers, & thinking in ways one never thought before

Julianna Baggott – I Prefer the Earlier You—Dear Reader

Unfinished. Your lisps
not yet wizened to
words—dry, erudite crinkling of your lips

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v2.5 / Stephan Brigidi Unbound

In the deep fall, the body awakes,

And we find lions on the seashore—

Nothing to fear.

The wind rises; water is born,

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Wild at Heart?

In Donald Trump and Militant Evangelical MasculinityKristin du  Mez points to the obvious connection of the Evangelical church to a militant masculinity.

a masculinity that has enshrined patriarchal authority, condoned a callous display of power at home and abroad, and functioned as a linchpin in the political and social worldviews of conservative white evangelicals.

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Donald Trump

start again

We did not come to remain whole.
We came to lose our leaves like the trees,
The trees that are broken
And start again, drawing up on great
roots . . .

~Robert Bly


your sexually feminine

your crazy adventurous

your madly rebellious

but elegantly refined


dissolves all intent to

distill these words

in an aesthetic formation

for what I see will never…

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6 Book Recs (2016 Edition)

1.     The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons – Sam Kean

(science) – I can scarcely begin to tell you how much admiration I have for Sam Kean. 1,754 more words