Category Archives: poetry

The Vegetable at the Feast

Just for you, a little post-Thanksgiving silliness… The holidays had come again, The way they always do; Thanksgiving, and then Christmas – What feasting was in view! Upon dear Great-Aunt Ida’s home The relatives descended, In every hand a covered … Continue reading

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A phrase out of context

…you that love language, measure wind/in stanzas… – Rumi This lovely image is from Rumi’s poem “Remembering Egypt”. In context, it speaks to recalling the Exodus as an antidote to too much concern with the things of this world… but … Continue reading

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A song for Ariadne

This came to me in about an hour, inspired (or at least triggered) by a video Sannion posted (“Russia”), coupled with his discussion of Hellenistic poetry… put those two things together, and apparently you get this! (I have a vague … Continue reading

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