Category Archives: Poetry and Coaching

Haiku study

The gull giving loneliness sound. ALEXIS ROTELLA Loneliness is a universal feeling, we are born alone and we spend a life time trying to find ways to feel connected. Haiku is often a medium to express universal feelings, a way … Continue reading

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On an Island

Hello Everyone! I have been writing poetry, coaching people in transition, using poetry in coaching and living the poetic life. Finding my Inner Peacock has brought wonderful things in my life. I have been living on an Island for the … Continue reading

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Comments on poetry

Comments on Poetry I would like to share some experiences around poetry that I have had. I attended the Gerald B Dodge Poetry Festival some 10 plus years ago for the first time and I was completely overcome with the … Continue reading

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Unfold Your Own Myth Essay

Unfold Your Own Myth Who gets up early to discover the moment light begins? Who lets a bucket down and brings up a flowing prophet? Or like Moses goes for fire and finds what burns inside the sunrise? Jesus slips … Continue reading

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Early Japanese Poems and Haiku

Early Japanese Poems The mists rise over The still pools at Suka. Memory does not pass away so easily. Akahito In a gust of wind the white dew On the Autumn grass Scatters like a broken necklace. Bunya no asayasu … Continue reading

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Release Your Inner Peacock

October 24th 2009 Using Creativity for Personal Development Become a Change Master Find Your Voice and The Courage to Stand Out in a Crowd We all have this, an inner peacock, waiting to be released. Your colors, your voice, your … Continue reading

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