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Monthly Archives: November 2007
Today is a Joni Mitchell sort of morning. As I drove my daughter and her friend to school on this brisk, early-winter sort of day—her sweet Canadian voice flowed from the late sixties and early seventies through the stereo speakers … Continue reading
I was interrupted this week by a thought that seems to encompass in its simplicity some of the mystery of life surrounding the passing of years and the very act of aging itself. There is first of all the temporal—the … Continue reading
Today I am certainly glad that I am not what I think—if I were I would register a negative number on the “richter” scale of life. First there was “writer’s block” which describes a situation of not being able to … Continue reading
In my last post I shared about the effect the first or second Whole Earth Catalog had on my life—how it pushed me out of the ennui of life in a small town and into becoming a mature, hopeful individual … Continue reading
How many of us live our lives never knowing what the purpose of them is supposed to be. When I was a kid life was simple: stay out trouble and out of my dad’s way—especially on weekends. As I grew … Continue reading
Lately I have been thinking about the difference between what is good poetry and what is great poetry. In the process, I couldn’t help but think about our lives and how each of us measure how successful we have been … Continue reading