Category Archives: words

and the words came to carry the meaning outward from the heart

The Game of Race

If race is a card Is it something I can put back in the deck? Do hands get redealt at any point in time? Is it something that I can hide in my hands behind other more and/or less important … Continue reading

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The Lamb Types

I don’t remember when I was made, but I remember when I was born… Continue reading

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Hazy half-tone photo

Can you believe we knew each other so well, back then? So intimate. But with the dripping of tears and the passage of years, even the memory is a hazy half-tone photo of a half-forgotten reality.

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Commas save lives

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Did The Woman Say

Did The Woman Say by Frances Croake Frank Did the woman say When she held him for the first time in the dark dank of a stable, After the pain and the bleeding and the crying, “This is my body, … Continue reading

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Keep Walking

Learning new things can be really really depressing. It would be easy to put the blinders back on. The problems are too many and feel too big. But we have to remember that no matter what problem we choose to … Continue reading

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Gamble Everything For Love

Make a list of things you need
Leave it empty
Except for number one – write love,
Gamble everything Continue reading

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Phrases from midnight

Like a corset untied Like a mouth open wide I’ll hold nothing in

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The Inkeeper

The Inn Keeper is often referred to in a derogatory way. He turned away a pregnant woman and made her sleep in the stable with animals. Continue reading

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Why 9/11 should never become a National Day of Remembrance

I had no loved ones leaving horribly poignant and preciously bittersweet messages on my answering machine. But I was terrified of the unknown, like so many other Americans. Helpless. Terrified. Continue reading

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