Tag Archive: Poetry

The Itakos Project

We all need a touch of magic!  So I’d like to share with my readers a video presentation of my photography and participation on the Stolen Child exhibit at Itakos Gallery  by Akim… Continue reading

Our Robin

Late today (the 24th) we received a heavy, devastating burden of news. I’m still processing it yet I felt I had to write something. In memory of our sweet Robin, a friend, a… Continue reading

November musings with Rumi

I want your sun to reach my raindrops, so your heat can raise my soul upward like a cloud. ~Jalal al din Rumi You were born with wings, why prefer to crawl through… Continue reading

voices call in solitude

(a small detour  from my beloved Tales of the Tuatha  ) A few impressions from my evening walk Solitude is noisy. Senses alert Wind humming and leaves pattering, Swoosh of heron wings on a… Continue reading

Falling in the Garden – a few poems

      The Open Door I like to step outside the door of morning to where the sun wraps me up in summer gold and lets me trace the pattern of flowers –… Continue reading

  • there is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in- Leonard Cohen

  • Dr. Chandra, Will I Dream?

  • Tales of a Winter Sun (Christmas Post and Exhibit)

  • Visit the exceptional and beautiful virtual world of AmandaMagick

  • Tea and Morphine (a Victorian exhibit)

  • My Waifs Exhibit (Paris and Gertrude Stein)