Monthly Archives: December 2014

This is for Dusk – a typewriter poem

Written at sunrise already imagining the evening upon us and knowing I might miss it, that last light, as I prepare the Fire Ceremony, the soup for friends, the platters of conversation. Maybe just saying it now will remind me … Continue reading

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Something Silver – a typewriter poem

You sit down at the typewriter in the pale light, the candles glittering and begin to type. The view, the weather, the dream, the first thoughts, the whispers of insistent ponderings. The larger questions always seem to be about the … Continue reading

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Dawn or Dusk – a typewriter poem

The hours of twilight conflate as the day begins to stretch. Christmas evening the crescent moon caught in the dark branches of the oak, all up the street our little lamps sparkling. This morning the light emerging a few seconds … Continue reading

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Christmas Dawn –

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The Hush of Poems – a typewriter poem

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Don’t Sit Still – an Advent typewriter poem

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Unexpected Angels – an Advent typewriter poem

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These Terrible Blossoms – Advent typewriter poem

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Reluctant Annunciations – an Advent typewriter poem

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From the Dawn Window – an Advent Typewriter Poem

   

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