Not Another Love Poem

In a surreal landscape, The sky leaps – scraping its backbone against our goodbye. Soft white striations mar the canvas, The evening is as red-as-burnt-flesh, Far and high, A deep amethyst.   The sand is not my only impediment, And when we rest, Our bodies deliberate driftwood, The white dog blurs, chasing his own momentum,…

Fragments of a Totality

“Weakness of memory for details and the course of one’s own comprehension of the world – a very bad sign. Only fragments of a totality. How are you ever going to touch the greatest task, how are you going even to sense its nearness, even dream its existence, even plead for its dream, dare to…

Gratitude

What are you thankful for? There is power in positive thinking and practicing contentment; it has a profound impact on our mental, emotional, and physical health. When I posed the question to my very young students, “what are you thankful for…  what makes your heart happy?”,  their responses were so beautifully simple and instructive! I…