Monthly Archives: September 2015

Trough by Judy Brown

Trough There is a trough in waves, A low spot Where horizon disappears And only sky And water Are our company. And there we lose our way Unless We rest, knowing the wave will bring us To its crest again. … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s — Bob Hicok (for Alzheimer’s Awareness Day)

Alzheimer’s Chairs move by themselves, and books. Grandchildren visit, stand new and nameless, their faces’ puzzles missing pieces. She’s like a fish in a deep ocean, its body made of light. She floats through rooms, through my eyes, an old … Continue reading

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The Way Wings Should — Rumi

What will our children do in the morning? Will they wake with their hearts wanting to play the way wings should? Will they have dreamed the needed flights and gathered the strength from the planets that all men and women … Continue reading

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