Monthly Archives: August 2012

Original Prologue for November in White Sands

Waves lapping, distant island superimposed on pastel spread, surrounded by the whitest sand–reminding me of . . .” I paused to think, “. . . of scorn, I suppose . . . Recovering my pencil from the sand, I scratched … Continue reading

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Poems from November in White Sands

Transient Etchings Child in the corner by the fence, alone in the schoolyard Scratching with a stick On the ground, pawing painstakingly drawing your story, Of epitomizing your feelings in a picture not knowing how or why you stand alone, … Continue reading

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Sexuality and Ripening Morality

In my post on sexuality and fossilized morality, the main point I wanted to make is that sex and shame should not intersect.  This week, I listened to a sermon that described how the flesh and the spirit are at … Continue reading

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Knox Song – For My Son at 9 Months

I like to crawl around I like to crawl around I like to crawl around Cause trouble I like to ‘noy the dogs I like to ‘noy the dogs I like to ‘noy the dogs Cause trouble I like to … Continue reading

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