Tag Archives: poetry

Black and White

Back when Robbo and I were new parents, I used to host poetry parties.  I believed life was more than work, food, and sleep, and that our souls needed to be fed on poetry in the company of good friends. … Continue reading

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Man in the Moon, God in the Sun

I write once a month for the Classical Conversations blog, and that exercise just about uses up all my free writing time!  Today’s post here is a link to my post there. https://www.classicalconversations.com/easyblog/man-in-the-moon-god-in-the-sun George Herbert’s poem “The Church-porch” got me … Continue reading

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The Open Bridge

It is cold outside. In fact, the forecast for this week is for highs and lows all below freezing.  While it was around 25 degrees this afternoon, I took my bike out for a short ride because, like nearly every … Continue reading

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Verses from a Vermont Hilltop

I found a book of poetry on the coffee table at the Ears, Nose and Throat office in Springfield, and borrowed it. Unless urgency insists I carry something to the house when I arrive at home, some items can get … Continue reading

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