Tag Archives: Walden

To Bodhgaya and Beyond

The great story weaves closer and closer, millions of touches, wide spaces lying out in the open, huddles of brush and grass, all the little lives. –William Stafford, from “Over in Montana” Bodhgaya, India, is the place where the Buddha … Continue reading

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Finding Space–An Invitation

Over the past few weeks I’ve been doing further research about Italian immigrants in San Francisco, San Francisco in the early 1900’s, reading some of Billy Collins’ poetry, editing a couple of articles to send out for possible publication, barbecuing … Continue reading

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Confronting the Essential

Some time back I remember listening to Naomi Shihab Nye talk about what it’s like writing a poem on Bill Moyer’s Language of Life series. Sometimes you set out to write your poem and you think you know where you’re … Continue reading

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