Monthly Archives: December 2010

Small is Big

To see the world in a grain of sand, and to see heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hands, and eternity in an hour. … William Blake This moment this love comes to rest … Continue reading

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Guest post by Maya Fischer

Maya Fischer’s recent poetry is compelling, if I do say so myself. And I do. Enjoy! Cold and awake, alone in an empty house searching, digging, hoping not finding food or souls to help. The lights flicker and dim to … Continue reading

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Out Of Context

While we are hardly off the grid, the place I live is by many folks’ standards quite remote. One hundred years ago, the local mill employed 500 people all living in these woods. Today the mill is a memory marked … Continue reading

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Reflections (it’s *that* time of year)

First of all, I consider end of year reflecting and New Year’s resolutions to be rather like Halloween candy: a ritual, great for other people, but not really my thing. I adopt that whole supra-spiritual “I take each day as … Continue reading

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The Space Between

In between Thanksgiving and Christmas, or NaNoWriMo and the official start of the winter hiking season, there exists a lull.  A space.  And as we all know,  space just begs to be filled. The space between writing a novel and … Continue reading

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