Monthly Archives: June 2019

How To Fix It…What’s In Your Toolbox?

A friend, whom I love, currently suffers from an outbreak of rage. He asks his friends how they deal with the existential gloom that occasionally arises. We recognize that we have problems, personally. Difficulty in absorbing and processing the perpetual … Continue reading

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The Ancients Were Here

Leo, in the glint of his left eye, caught the glide of the wavy water snake as he brought his daily practice of a standing meditation to a close. The serpent’s head rose like a periscope on the surface of … Continue reading

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Emerson Burkhart’s Easel

Emerson Burkhart’s Easel the fireflies have returned they whisper to night-crawlers that bathe in the clover after a Monday night shower they warn the worms of carp in the Scioto the fireflies appear again they mumble to the crickets as … Continue reading

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