Monthly Archives: December 2012

At the rail

You can’t really see us in this picture, but there we are. Other than rampant overeating and dogs underfoot, we have had a non-traditional Christmas Eve. Tonight my family and buddy Steve strolled through the Chinese Lantern Festival. We ate … Continue reading

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A clearing ahead, on sight of

. . . (I) slept ate worked cleaned slept sensible evenings sans wine hope it’s not a trend . . (II) bursts of light ripping thought feeling ecstatic breath madness                    or … Continue reading

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Go to hell, midnight

Of all the emotions in the grieving process, the hardest for me is feeling “sorry.” Those feelings of self-pity are huge, so powerful and real, but the minute I begin to commit them to words, the “sorry” begins to lift … Continue reading

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The Gift Giver

She gave us peace Peace and light and openness Open window open curtains drawing in An invitation to breathe deeply in this space She gave me nativity and a new focus and even joy She left lightness in this space . … Continue reading

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Hibernation

  Longing for my room. Hibernation is coming. I can feel it. Waiting for a deep breath and a quiet space, to be alone with all the everything that’s been waiting to be revealed cracked split opened and then I … Continue reading

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