Monthly Archives: October 2018

Just before Halloween

Many thanks to Oklahoma Pagan Quarterly for publishing one of my poems in this newest edition– just hitting the stores now. Advertisements

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Samhain journal

Three Drops in a Cauldron journal has just published one of my poems in their Samhain edition. It’s free and available online. Three Drops from a Cauldron: Samhain 2018

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Ancestors on Samhain

Hallowed Eve On this hallowed night, I make ready for visitors, wash the linen tablecloth,  light candles inside carved pumpkins, set a basket of green apples  from the gnarled tree that stands in front of the house. Thick creamy milk … Continue reading

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Book Review — The Heart is a Nursery for Hope

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Thanks To Nature Writing

Two poems will be published by Ron Harton, at naturewriting.com soon.  They’ll publisher on October 25,  and All the Earth  November 1.        

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The last warmth of october

And the Roses   Like ladies at a garden party daylilies lean –slightly tipsy  by steps leading into a  courtyard.   Sprays of scarlet roses droop and invite my nose to press in I inhale, the bees have nothing on … Continue reading

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October Settles In

We haven’t had a frost in this northern corner of Massachusetts, so some plants continue to flounder along, happy enough except for the lack of sun Tomatoes have stopped growing and even the kale sits waiting for the picking.  Only the … Continue reading

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Thank You to Poppy Road Review

where one of my ‘darker’ poems was just published today. Thanks, Sandy Benitez! https://poppyroadreview.blogspot.com

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Abiquiu, Ghost Ranch, and Georgia OKeefe

     Our group of painters loves the southwest drove down to Ghost Ranch to experience what drew Georgia OKeefe here firsthand.  As we drove south the mountains were  We left Taos via the Rio Grande Gorge.  We knew we’d go back to … Continue reading

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Taos Paseo Multinational Illumination

Taos.  Light. Night.  Kit Carson. Community. What brings these diverse things together?  The Paseo. That’s what. The Paseo is an experimental community of art coming together with interaction. It’s Art in Kit Carson Park, parking at the local school, light/illumination of … Continue reading

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