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Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve, Poems and Bills

01.12.10 Posted in Contributor Series 3, today's words by

So, have you gotten right with your resolutions yet, readers? Just in case you haven’t, and even if you have, we close the series tonight with a poem to help you prioritize. Here’s to a productive and creative 2010! Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve Poems and Bills By Clay Carpenter Bills and poems, poems […]


Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve, What Dreams Are Made Of

01.11.10 Posted in Contributor Series 3, today's words by

Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve What Dreams Are Made Of By Neil Ellman Mother dreamed of numbers not people or lost loves as the rest of us do 3-7-6 she would announce in the morning and father would, in the days before it was legal, place the bet at the local barber shop. The […]


Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve, The Navigators

01.10.10 Posted in Contributor Series 3, today's words by

Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve The Navigators By Joseph Murphy The buoy rang steadily As I walked the glade and redwood grove, That free day of mine. I paused in a meadow, eyes closed. Bell in my heart, Be heard as clearly: Guide me And those I love. Joseph Murphy’s poem The Long Night […]


Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve, Recipe for the Impossible

01.09.10 Posted in Contributor Series 3, today's words by

Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve Recipe for the Impossible By Cassie Premo Steele You must do the things you think you cannot do. –Eleanor Roosevelt Here is what to do, my friend, when your blue anger rises on yourself: Take a break, take a shower, go walking in the rain. Do not let your […]


Contributor Series 3: Resolution and Resolve, If I stop to pick up a leaf

01.08.10 Posted in Contributor Series 3, today's words by

Contributor Series 3: Resolution and ResolveIf I stop to pick up a leafBy Sarah Endo If I stop to pick upa red-rimmed leafwith golden heartI want to revel in thatI don’t want anyone to say, come ON!orNO, you have to carry thatyourself–I can’t carry any moreIf I stop to pick up a leafbrown brittle and […]