It’s helped me remember that times come and go in life, including those creative peaks and valleys.
It’s become a lesson for me in impermanence: How something can exist one moment or for years and be gone in an instant.
Sometimes if you can’t find an oasis, you have to make one come to you…
Winter nights can get lonely out in the country. Nights like tonight, when I feel and hear the wind outside picking at my house, roaring down the hill like an angry old man. It doesn’t seem like there will ever be enough wood to feed the fire, stay warm, keep the cold at bay. But from that […]
This morning the first snow showed up here. It wasn’t much to speak of, just a few dusty showers. The poem below came out of it, unpolished once again. But I’m beginning to like them that way. low fallen sky one foot in front of another through the field I walk under a low fallen sky […]
Today I woke up and was so glad to see the sun finally shining again. It’s been a long winter here in the Northeast, and like a lot of other people, I get seasonal depression. SAD as they call it, is a very apt description. Most of the time I wish I could just hibernate, […]