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A Winter of Words

In a winter of words the verbal garden hibernates. The streams dry up in a drought of expression, a writer’s depression. It is pencil down-time where poetry lies fallow; barren silence on a blank page. It’s a waiting time, a … Continue reading

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The Free Fall ~ by Helen Zingarella

Oh dearest Life may I be clay in your hands responsible for only this: To come back to rest in the Heart. Trillions of times I reached out trying to hold myself at any of your gifts but you are … Continue reading

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After the drought

A darkening northern sky, mountains rumbled to break the deadlock of drought, but only a dribble fell that day. It barely wetted the dusty earth, leaving us hot, fractious, heavy-legged. The next day dawned with black smoldering clouds and then … Continue reading

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Souldiers of a Higher Order…

The polarities are changing with respect to gender. Soon it won’t be men vs. women. It will be the awakening vs. the asleep, the heartfelt vs. the heartless. Men will rise up and stand beside women in opposition to those … Continue reading

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