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“Nothing Is Lost” | The Singing Bowl

Link: “Nothing Is Lost” | The Singing Bowl – Ok all you seekers and earth lovers and long-ers for summer. A gem.

Facebook Update (Posted on January 24, 2020 at 02:38PM)

Thanks to poet James Crews for sharing this beautiful and heartfelt poem by Sally Bliumis-Dunn, especially for any of us caring for our elderly parents: Mother by Sally Bliumis Dunn Little stirrings in the dried fallen leaves along the path, as when I speak to my old mother, and her…

Send My Roots Rain | March 21, 2020 | Jesuit Retreat Center | Retreats and Spiritual Programs | Cleveland, OH

Link: Send My Roots Rain | March 21, 2020 | Jesuit Retreat Center | Retreats and Spiritual Programs | Cleveland, OH –

Facebook Photo Update (Posted on January 12, 2020 at 11:31PM)

Reported in the Washington Post: Food and poetry have a delicious connection. Remember when William Carlos Williams apologized for eating those sweet, cold plums, which you were probably saving for breakfast? But too often we snobbily imagine that literary sustenance is a luxury not a necessity. The Poetry Society of…

Facebook Photo Update (Posted on January 09, 2020 at 11:39PM)

I needed cheering up with the present headlines. This poem shows that I’m not alone in trying to make sense of a crazy world. Earl by Louis Jenkins In Sitka, because they are fond of them, people have named the sea lions. Every sea lion is named Earl because they…

Celebration of Writers – Blog Post | Literary Cleveland

Link: Celebration of Writers – Blog Post | Literary Cleveland – Happy to be included in Literary Cleveland’s marvelous list of local authors who published books, poems, or articles, or who won awards this year. Find you first good read of 2020!

ci3.googleusercontent.com

Link: ci3.googleusercontent.com – Would love to hear your thoughts, favorite line etc. As we approach a new decade…

Laura

Link: Laura – Wow.

Ana Lisa

Link: Ana Lisa – One comment is “somehow feels like a glimpse of Advent…”