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Ode to a Clepsydra – #poetry

Ode to a Clepsydra To the alchemist’s eye, water = emotion, and so it is that our moments can be marked by the rise and fall of feeling, a steady stream of anger-eager-joy-hope-faith devotion to emotion. Days that pass without … Continue reading

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Winter Showers – #poetry

When the rain starts again, comes the relief. The relief of being loosed from months of being careful-so-careful about how long you let the water run at the tap or linger in the shower. When the rain starts at last … Continue reading

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You live close to my bones, you… – #poetry

You live close to my bones, you with your soft eyes that can snap hard in a turn, your solid arms with their sure embrace around my heart, every bit of you, from ten solid toes to strong-wide shoulders forging … Continue reading

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On Remembering An Almost-Overdue Deadline For Work That Was My Idea, In The First Place – #poetry

What must be done, Must Be Done. I can procrastinate all I like, plumb the depths of my lazy rationalizations all I care to, excuse my inaction with a chock-full calendar… But what must be done, Must Be Done. It’s … Continue reading

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Ethereal – #poetry

Ethereal The ancients trusted their guts — they knew as well as we (but were braver in the saying) that all we are, all we have ever been, all we will ever be, is made of air. Breathe in… breathe … Continue reading

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Waking up to something better… picking up where I left off

I love when this happens. I woke up this morning with the solution to the sticky problem I’ve been having with a manuscript I’d all but given up on. I started a novel back in 2015. This was for NaNoWriMo … Continue reading

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Now on Amazon Kindle – Beloved Distance

Beloved Distance is now available on Amazon – in Kindle format.

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Beloved Distance is picking up speed (after only 2 days)

Well, this is fun! I just checked my humble stats (not my full-featured analytics package) for a quick overview of how things are going over with Beloved Distance, and yes, people are taking me up on the offer of the … Continue reading

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Somehow, this book is different

To date, I’ve written and published over 10 books. Poetry, fiction, non-fiction, essays, mythology… you get the idea. Actually, I’ve written more than I’ve published. Some were more important for me to write, than to put them out into the … Continue reading

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Question: Can Neuroscience Inform Everyday Life? The “Translation Problem” – Neuroskeptic

A new paper asks why neuroscience hasn’t had more “impact on our daily lives.” The article, Neuroscience and everyday life: facing the translation problem, comes from Dutch researchers Jolien C. Francken and Marc Slors. It’s a thought-provoking piece, but it … Continue reading

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