Blackstar They, whoever they are, tacked on One final second to the end Of the year. Hateful 2016 skips Death for one more beat, unlike Prince, Leia, thousands of rebels And Syrian civilians, Bowie, Black men, gay men, hispanic Gay men, … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2016
longing i come upon the white flower in the green field and stop not now having to do anything more than this. the flower is present to all that is: wind, the soft peel of the sun, the grass. and … Continue reading
Oh, Baby, a piece for Advent, is up on Intersections, the blog of The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.
eldertree outside my side door next to the stoop is one last red leaf on an upper branch the others have gone i thank her each morning for the bright reminder not all is lost at once but stays vibrant … Continue reading