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Book Review: “Deep Nutrition”

    I know it is the worst cliché, but it really fits here and nothing else quite does.  This book, Deep Nutrition, by Cate and Luke Shanahan, is a life-changing book. It’s a lot of other things, too. For … Continue reading

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afternoon poem #2, Oct. 15, 2016

    Who can name this light that gives the sky its blue? A wave and particle from the nearest star That washes the trees with green That opens the world all around And shows me a clear path And … Continue reading

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night Poem #2, October 4, 2016

    I hear a song Some jazz trumpet Playing with a melody I once knew The slow piano chording behind Haunts and hypnotizes And I see faces From days gone by.   If we had heard that song then … Continue reading

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evening poem, October 5, 2016

    I never had Mr. Harvey for class But everyone knew him You could see him in the school assemblies Standing beside the fire escape door Always a coat and tie He would smile, barely When the cheering reached … Continue reading

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mid-day poem, October 5, 2016

    What happens in mid-day when the offices and factories, schools and market floors are filled with almost all of those souls who are able and others who are not are housebound This: the old roads are empty and … Continue reading

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Evening Poem #3, October 2, 2016

    The shop on the plaza in Taos Opened early in the morning Even in August the air From the mountains around Was chill and filled with scents Of evergreen and desert flowers One seemed lighter walking there The … Continue reading

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Evening Poem, October 2, 2016

      The hedges on the far corner of the lawn Have been neglected more than a month They are out of the way, I have said to myself No one sees them in the ordinary flow of the … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, January 30, 2016

. In the dead of night In the dead of winter We rode motorcycles Through the dirty, mounded snow. . Why did no one stop us Our brains not even formed yet The hemispheres not fully connected together . What … Continue reading

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Re-do

Looking again at last night’s poem, dashed off in a moment, I saw the possibilty of structure. Here it is again – redone: . I wake at midnight and open the window I know not why The scene is the … Continue reading

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From Overtime

Here is an outake from my novel, Overtime. Another thing I see is this: one the other side of the far chain-link fence is a back yard.    There is nothing unusual about it.  It’s just a slope of grass dropping … Continue reading

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