Monthly Archives: May 2021

Small Town New England

In the United States this weekend we celebrate Memorial Day, and many people visit cemeteries. Our local cemetery had it’s first burial in the 1700s, and I’ve recently procured my own green burial plot there. The cemetery is on a … Continue reading

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Another audio available at The Wild Word

Thanks to The Wild Word out of Berlin Germany for publishing two new poems of mine. There is also an audio of me reading the poems. I’d love to know your impression, as they are different than my norm.

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Time to Plant

In this small town several years ago Mr. Keller bought onion sets to plant. He had too many and offered to share. They were planted all over town. It led to me writing this poem, set in the pantoum style, … Continue reading

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Time to Heal

In the northern hemisphere, the sun has returned. We move from isolation and look at the world with eyes that are seeing differently, perhaps. My prayers for healing go to India in particular. May we all be healthy and strong, … Continue reading

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