Monthly Archives: December 2020

It’s You

It’s You   It’s the journey to you and from you It’s the journey with and without you It’s the journey in you and amid you It’s You.   The way you lead and linger, Prompting, holding, surrounding, You wait … Continue reading

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All that’s Worth Finding

Love by John C. Morgan Only old people with wrinkles and arthritis know about love. It’s all worth saving when everything is gone. Grown taut by disappointment, the body awaits the end and can no longer melt under lover’s heat. … Continue reading

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We Give Them Back to Thee

“I think that the dying pray at the last not, ‘please,’ but ‘thank you’ as a guest thanks his host at that door.”     Annie Dillard This favourite line from Annie Dillard is a recurring theme reminding me to be … Continue reading

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