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love & poetry

  Here is an essay by my friend, poet Spencer Reece, who is an Episcopal priest, currently living in Madrid. He worked at an orphanage in Honduras, the “murder capital of the world,” teaching poetry to girls who were residents of Our Little Roses, an orphanage.  Writing poetry was a daring venture, against all odds. […]

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A few months ago I sat between my mother and father on their couch in the basement of their home in Minot, North Dakota, my home town. My mom is almost 90. Dad will be 92 in a week. They wanted me to look at things I might like to keep from their lives, our […]

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a paris state of mind

Voila! A Paris state of mind–seeing my town with the eyes of a visitor. . .

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the beast of unburden

Kate Thompson inspires us to let go of stuff, opening space for what’s new.

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Right now (as I type) we are printing for my exhibit at the Robin Rice Gallery in New York City which opens on May 8, 2013 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. This is a dream-based series called Rapture, based on life-long dreams of floating in the air. It’s exciting to explore one’s inner thoughts as […]

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