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Category Archives: Poetry
Because you can either live your dreams, Or you can live your excuse. I’ve been spending some time (online) in Byron Bay, Australia at the Birth 2012 festival – a three day festival celebrating the new global consciousness. Barbara Hubbard and Bruce … Continue reading
“It was but yesterday I thought myself a fragment quivering without rhythm in the sphere of life. Now I know that I am the sphere, and all life in rhythmic fragments moves within me.” Kahlil Gibran, Sand & Foam, Powerful … Continue reading
Here’s a bit of Friday Fun. I love listening to this. Litany You are the bread and the knife, The crystal goblet and the wine… -Jacques Crickillon You are the bread and the knife, the crystal goblet and the wine. You … Continue reading
It’s another winter windy evening and I’m heading back to The Judith Wright Room to hear Walter Mason. More on that later. I want to continue with my experience of the “homing instinct in books” as discussed in my last … Continue reading