Monthly Archives: December 2009

the inner tide

The following is an excerpt from an interview of a Catholic priest in a book called Leading from within by San Intrator and Megan Scribner. ┬ábut, it could of just as easily been by a monk, a teacher, a parent, … Continue reading

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Blue Amongst the Poppies

Blue Amongst the Poppies I can see the slightest of breath amongst the leaves almost imperceptible. It fills me with the awe of unknown forces, changing the inner landscape. A shift, like when the sun rises and changes the cold … Continue reading

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Nature’s fragrance

Nature’s Fragrance Lifts into the air And is tossed about By soft breezes Above the meadow. My eyes, as well, tumble and roll across the green and yellow grasses resting on this flower or that. How and where do you … Continue reading

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If I lie down, I’ll be done for

If I lie down, I’ll be done for an ailing animal desperately staying standing all day long It’s been that kind of day in the world, my dear Ko Un Lingering winter snow is a holy thing Larchtrees all bare … Continue reading

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