Monthly Archives: December 2019

874 christ mas 12-25-19

At last! a birth of a god we can know, broadcast among us like a dusting of snow. Night disappears in a diamond glow revealing our way into glorious day. Greeted by vagabond kings and a choir of angels protecting … Continue reading

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873 Zorba’s Will (perhaps you should read the book) 12-9-19

Came the morning, His widow, smiling and in tears, handed his santuri to me. It was as hard for me to let go of Lyuba, for she smelled of orange blossoms. As I strolled her gravel path towards the little … Continue reading

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872 Feliz Compleanos 12-12-19

I finished my 71st year today. What an inconsequential number. Now, 70! Well, there you’ve reached an auspicious milestone! And that’s something to write about. But, 71? It’s just one more step into what Everest’s sherpas call The Dead Zone, … Continue reading

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871 Elizabeth Is Taking A Break 12-4-19

For the last month, Elizabeth, my muse, has been on leave. Hell! She deserves it, inspiring me, for years as she has. She caught a zephyr to Greece to dig among the ruins for archetypes, to search Aegean shores for … Continue reading

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