Monthly Archives: February 2021

964 Antidote For A Last Good-bye 02-21-2021

That guy should not be mocked who, for fear of that last good-bye creates a heaven in his mind. “Honey? I’m going out to Wal-Mart. I’ll pick up some Cashew Milk and a frozen pizza for tonight. Need anything else?” … Continue reading

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963 Reunions 02-20-2021

Why Reunions? Well, they are for bringing hugs and tears from, to and for long lost friends, co-workers, students, pals, to renew long-past friendships…. Well, sorry. That’s bullshit. We, after 30, 50 years, really, hardly remember the body we embrace, … Continue reading

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962 WHAT SABBATH DOESN’T MEAN 02-20-2021

Sabbath doesn’t MEAN anything. It’s not a metaphor for Holiness, nor a memorial for Creation or Liberation or Redemption. Sabbath, IS. Soul, Spirit, Sacred, wholly Holy in the physical universe. A sunset to sunset time of no time in our … Continue reading

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961 A Pants Perspective On Aging 02-20-2021

It used to be, when I got hard, I’d just pull off my pants. Now it’s just hard to pull my pants- off.

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960 A Sugary Poem For Autumn 02-17-2021

No matter how much I love you, and love to touch you, I will always desire to be with you more, tomorrow. No matter how fine it is to remember your hand in mine in September, it will always be … Continue reading

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959 DOES THE SPARROW SPEAK FINCH? 02-09-2021

When my Chileian friend shouted, “Quidado, Rubio! Es peligroso!” I got the idea she didn’t want me caught in the rip off that Antofagasta playa. But when the chimes chime for dinner in my backyard bird diner and my multi-feathered … Continue reading

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