Category Archives: Poetry

A White Picket Fence

The myth of a white picket fence has always held some attraction for me. Its looks ordered, cozy, inviting despite its role of protector of what looms on the other side. I’ve never seen a lock on a gate of … Continue reading

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A Mountaintop Experience

Without love there is no life, like an actor without a role. A good play, like love, thrills and moves with the intense clarity, lightness, and inspiring awe of a mountaintop experience. It is a pilgrimage, fielded with greens, ripe … Continue reading

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December 2012

That dark night, my head on my pillow My eyes closed, I saw the light of Christmas. It was as when I was a child – When the world was mine. It was the same light in those children’s eyes, … Continue reading

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