Nature

Poet Goddess

Poet Goddess

To read a poem is to hear it with our eyes; to hear it is to see it with our ears. ~Octavio Paz Few things are more peaceful than the calming surf of the ocean at sunrise when the waves from distant lands, waves traveling from the abyss gently caress the sandy shore while singing […]

Water Intimacy

Water Intimacy

Sitting on the porch of our Belize vacation cabana, I find myself happy we decided to pay the incremental price to have our main door open to the ocean. It’s the type of place I have long fantasized about living. Somewhere the crashing of waves would be the alarm clock nudging me from slumber. Somewhere […]

Cleansed But Not Connected

Cleansed But Not Connected

Hallelujah, Grace like rain falls down on me Hallelujah, And all my sins are washed away ~Todd Agnew, Grace Like Rain There are times my soul hunger’s, a ravenous beast that can only be quelled by an encounter with God. I prefer these encounters to be in a house of worship. Intellectually, I know an […]

Questions for Hawk

Hawks wheeling overhead forming dynamic, intricate patterns as the kettle cuts, glides, swoops, rolls, disperses. Your shadows pry noisy pigeon kits from hidden ledges, food on the wing. Brown arc’d wings dance on invisible waves of rising winds, wings that seem never to flap yet twist subtly to catch the merest breeze.  Wings fold and Hawk […]

Dreaming Through Animal Eyes

Dreaming Through Animal Eyes

The full moon rose majestically, stealthily into a night sky peppered with blinking stars, worlds currently beyond physical touch, and dying suns cutting fleeting, white slivers in the black sky. The moon wailed a mournful cry that pulled me and my worm brethren from the moist ooze that keeps us comfortable, fed, protected. The call […]

My 2013 in Review

It is necessary … for a man to go away by himself … to sit on a rock … and ask, ‘Who am I, where have I been, and where am I going? ~Carl Sandburg 2013 was a year of significant change in my life. Significant? Not strong enough. A year of drastic change. To begin with, […]

The Old Pier

A comfortable old age is the reward of a well-spent youth. Instead of its bringing sad and melancholy prospects of decay, it would give us hopes of eternal youth in a better world. ~Maurice Chevalier The pier has grown old, decrepit, feeble. I find this sad for that pier, over the years, has provided me with […]

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