Tag Archives: Opposing Views

moving furniture – July 22

7.22 moving furniture until it’s  clear it doesn’t fit. damn.  thought we were done and now the pieces waddle and widdle, fiddle and faddle.   we go out to drown our sorrows  at the Dairy Queen, and the  queen of … Continue reading

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Dancing at Lughnasa – April 21

4.21 Bare feet slap the earth, searching for consort with rhythms of the earth, probing, connecting at deep warm dark places   Fr. Jack was a happy man who fell in love with his people and flowed to their gods. … Continue reading

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walking the other way – April 8

4.8 Walking the other way on a traditional trail today, the dog seemed confused. Kept stopping, sniffing, looking, turning back. It is a pond loop, but he is used to the other way round, as if his sense memories had … Continue reading

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In the magic undercroft of my dreams – March 22

3.22 In the magic undercroft of my dreams, a central temple room lined with white fluted columns, recessed panels of dark night sky dotted with stars between. Above, a pale reflected light illumines the open surround.   And Jesus walks … Continue reading

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