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Peace and Ten Pounds

Happy New Year, dear readers. I’ve gotten in the habit of leaving work early on the last Wednesday of each month and visiting the Charles House Center for Community Eldercare. While I’m there, I read poetry and talk about both … Continue reading

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Something Inexpressible

Swirls of masked dancers, barely aware themselves, confused and competing, leading, jostling, following, no reason. We dance to beat the heart, to rush the rivers, push the wind, and fuel the fire in our core. We don’t know why, we … Continue reading

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