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*watch & listen*

“Walking. I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands.”~Linda Hogan (b. 1947), Native American writer


Waking up the Rake

‘Waking up the Rake’ depicts the protagonist, who while working at the Birds of Prey Rehabilitation Foundation starts to see the depth and connect between human and animal life. 290 palabras más

The Walls & Floorboards Warp & Slope

“The roof settles in, the paint cracks, the walls and floorboards warp and slope downward in their own natural ways, telling us that life must stay in everything as the world… 10 palabras más


If There Is Such A Thing

“There are ways in, journeys to the center of life, through time; through air, matter, dream and thought. The ways are not always mapped or charted, but sometimes being lost, if there is such a thing, is the sweetest place to be. 33 palabras más


Epiphany Emoticon

Spence here: Long shadows and warm meals. Neighbor check-ins. So many trips to the library and many good reads. Chilly fog in the morning, which hangs below the gray cloud cover, like a dream of floating, waiting, altruism… Walks in the pouring rain.  1.359 palabras más


Wrestling With Sin: N9neteen

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This is the nineteenth installment of our ongoing ‘Wrestling With Sin’ series. They are a series of pieces that delve into the darker…sometimes seedier aspects of pro wrestling. 988 palabras más


"This morning / when the chill that rises up from the ground is warmed": Linda Hogan's Dark. Sweet.

Last year around Thanksgiving, I talked at little about Joy Harjo’s “Eagle Poem,” and I think I’d like to make it a tradition on the blog to feature poems by Native American poets during Thanksgiving week. 335 palabras más

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