Monthly Archives: July 2018

17 Syllable Summit

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Haiku Notes

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Yoga Haiku

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Hope (after Helsinki)

              It should be even hotter this day, deep in July but there‚Äôs a cool breeze ruffling the Potomac as we walk along the National Mall   We stop at the tall obelisk, We … Continue reading

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When I’m 64

Tonight, on the eve of 64, I settle in to read this book. In Chapter 1, the author returns to school after retiring from life as an academic. She’s 64. She is considered old. Too old to be in art … Continue reading

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Present Tense

We walk across the manicured lawns and through the marbled hallways Stop to study the writings and paintings and antiquities collected and curated across the centuries testament to curiosity and the worship of creation   We pause before works sculpted … Continue reading

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Word Power: a little visual poem curated at the getty

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