Monthly Archives: April 2018

It’s all I have to bring today by Emily Dickinson

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Harms and Letters

~ Harms and Letters ~ . “… Yes but that’s not what this is.” “What is it then?” “This is a bunch of grown men gathering together to act like children, drink heavily, likely destroy things, and most likely brush … Continue reading

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April 24th, 2018 at The Holland Project

Everyone in attendance, whether listening closely from the folding chairs, or those who touched stage tonight, everyone was elevated. We grew. We hung on individual lines in our mind’s eye. We laughed. We snapped. We clapped. We cheered. We revered … Continue reading

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The Man in the Glass by Dale Wimbrow

As I reflect upon #nationalpoetrymonth, I find myself revisiting some personal favorites that have stood the test of time. I can’t help but love #themanintheglass by #dalewinbrow a little more every time I read it. What are some of your … Continue reading

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Ritual

~ Ritual ~ . Sitting in the waiting room; expectant, hopeful, and joyous. Sipping conversation and tasting legacy. Children will be born today. Some of the sick and elderly will pass on. Today, however, is a matter of ritual. Tomorrow, … Continue reading

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Senses

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Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe

As I reflect upon #nationalpoetrymonth, I find myself revisiting some personal favorites that have stood the test of time. I can’t help but love #annabellee by #edgarallanpoe a little more every time I read it. What are some of your … Continue reading

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