Monthly Archives: December 2013

For Penny and Sam

Somewhere To Go They pass me in the early morning, These People With Somewhere to Go. Their cars churn the rising river mist They smile and wave. Or not. I saunter along the crumbling sidewalk, All we get, here in … Continue reading

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How It Feels Today

Over the last year or so, I’ve been grieving deeply for so many kinds of loss. These poems are snapshots of aspects of my grieving process. I hope you find them interesting and, if you’ve also dealt with grief (as … Continue reading

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Slow burn

My Introduction to Economic Darwinism I made the mistake of going to the League of Women Voters meeting yesterday. The speaker was an economics professor from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; her topic was “Virtues and Limits of Free Markets”. … Continue reading

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