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Living like a bird’s nest

My Rob Brezsny horoscope recently referred to Mary Ruefle’s (Madness, Rack and Honey) description of  two huge trees uprooted by a storm that are compared to the fragile bird’s nests which, instead, had remained intact. The message: what is most vulnerable … Continue reading

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Matisse, Haiku and Muy Marcottage Etsy

Matisse sat in a boat and drew swans. He drew every detail of their forms just to carve them down into contour lines. That’s what I want to do– to get to the second swan. I sometimes overdose myself with … Continue reading

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