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Daily Riches: The Limitations of Words (Hermann Hesse, Ernesto Cardinal, Ruth Hayley Barton, Mother Teresa) *

“When a person has grown old and has done his all, it is his task peacefully to make friends with death. He does not need other people. 366 more words


It's Been Awhile

Time flies and as we get immersed into our lives we also lose track of the motions we’re going through. I started to think about my blog and what my last post had been. 390 more words

Days End

to make a life of

writing; to sit for hours:

undaunted sun sets


“I am no more lonely than…” (Walden 96)

I am no more lonely than

a single mullein or

dandelion in a pasture, or

a bean leaf, or

sorrel, or

a horse-fly, or

a bumblebee. 51 more words


“He thinks I suffer from depression. But I’m just quiet.
Solitude and depression are like swimming and drowning.
In school many years ago, I learned that… 8 more words



Your place
to be with me

And mine
to be where you are

You, nor I
can share:
our destiny between the wars

So alone again: 30 more words