Monthly Archives: August 2019

Blue Horse Gabbeh

Blue Horse Gabbeh This small carpet glows with turquoise light twilight falls in the tapestry a horse slips down dry hills behind cypress trees she whinnies as dusk approaches saying come for a ride I do    

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New Chapbook This Fall

I’m happy to share that Flutter Press is publishing my second chapbook this fall.  It should be ready in October, available in western MA indie bookshops and on and in another month  The theme of the book is … Continue reading

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Remembering Ruth Denison

Ruth Denison was one of my Darma teachers. I’ve held her memory and her teachings with great appreciation. Ruth Denison Teaches  Ruth sits across from me her specter notices I have not put down my spoon between mouthfuls I comply … Continue reading

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Have You Been to Provincetown?

This week I’ll share some photos from Provincetown, on Cape Cod, MA.  Commercial Street has about four or five blocks that are filled with a huge diversity of shops, restaurants, cafes, and people from all over.  You can find anything … Continue reading

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The New Girl

I wrote this poem for my old nephew/new niece after some conversations and sharing.     The New Girl   Beard plucked out,  face smooth, soft page boy hair. Now you are more girl than me. Traveling from your past … Continue reading

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The Healer

    The Healer She murmurs softly as she cools your limbs with a  damp washcloth glazes your parched lips with oil       holds lemony tea for you to sip She combs out knots from your hair and … Continue reading

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