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Life Revealed

10.27.10 Posted in today's words by

Karen Finch is a freelance writer currently based in Sydney Australia. She has a background in contemporary craft and design and classical singing, and because her writing evolved through academic work in art and music, Karen refers to herself as “an accidental academic.” This poem will not strike you as accidental in any way. Life […]


Pure and Detached

10.26.10 Posted in today's words by

Tapeshwar Amef’s poem Pure Heart was a tribute to the late Mother Teresa. Today he writes more of what might be a continuation of that tribute. Pure and Detached By Tapeshwar Amef Imagination is the umbilical cord of Consciousness. Time is the mother tree and it gives birth to unripe as well as ripe fruits. […]


One Face of Australia

10.25.10 Posted in words to linger on by

John S McCallum is a surfer that dropped out of the city of Perth to Margaret River about 22 years ago. He finished his science degree about 35 years ago and then hitchhiked around the United States, Canada, and Mexico trying to find himself (that discovery occurred on a Mayan pyramid in the middle of […]


Deployed

10.25.10 Posted in today's words by

In September we read the words of Vic Kondratas in his poem Boys scattered. This could be an expansion of part of that very same narrative.  Deployed (dedicated to Lt. Nick Brunetti, USMC) By Vic Kondratas You chose to serve your country out of the mundane life of city dwelling becoming an escapee of the monotony […]


Leaning into a Whisper (from Grace)

10.24.10 Posted in today's words by

Born and raised in Lititz PA, Brandon is the oldest of three. He enjoys deep conversation, thunderstorms, and video games. His poetry and prose reflect the intense spiritual and philosophical journey he walks through life and his desire to connect and share. Visit hisblog to read more of his words. Leaning into a Whisper (from Grace) […]