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Dear Bob Cunis

One of the things I did when up was up in Auckland for the writers’  festival was meet my friend Donald for breakfast one morning, on K Road, just after I had fallen over while walking to meet him. 1,339 more words

Poetry

Finalists for The Sarah Broom Poetry Prize 2015

 

   

The judges are delighted to announce the three finalists for the Sarah Broom Poetry Prize 2015.

The prize attracted almost 200 entries from across the spectrum of New Zealand poets, from the new and emerging to the established and the iconic. 878 more words

NZ Poets

Devoured by Anxiety

By Michael Walker, October 23, 2013, Re-posted

Thomas Merton said, “We prescribe for one another remedies that will bring peace of mind, and we are still devoured by anxiety.” 1,363 more words

College's Silent Betrayal

At a time like this, scorching irony, not convincing argument, is needed. Oh had I the ability, and could reach the nation’s ear, I would, pour out a fiery stream of biting ridicule, blasting reproach, withering sarcasm, and stern rebuke. 174 more words

Advocacy

The world and it's illness

The world is a sick place. Society is ridden with a terrible disease. It is a disease of the mind, the disease of evil. But it’s time with humanity will not last forever. 471 more words

Abuse

El padre del piloto

Hacía tiempo que no coincidía en un ascensor con un desconocido y éste me hacía un comentario repentino sobre alguna noticia trágica, como incapaz de contener su estado de shock y necesitado de compartir, aunque sea con un extraño, su estupor ante la idea de que ciertas cosas puedan, de hecho, ocurrir. 642 more words

Libros

Amour ou fusion?

Amour ou fusion? C’est un choix. 

Même si je ne vais pas jusqu’à affirmer une mutuelle exclusivité entre amour et fusion, je postule néanmoins que l’amour a un effet antifusionnel et que dans toute vraie relation d’amour chaque partenaire évolue dans la connaissance de soi et dans l’autonomie, ainsi transformant ses désirs fusionnels latents, que l’on peut appeler des désirs morts, en désirs vivants. 1,070 more words

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