Tag Archives: chaos

Now Face West

This is the tenth Father’s Day that has dawned for my children without their father here with them.  This year, they all are also separated from each other, occupying different spaces on two continents. Seven years have passed since we … Continue reading

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Chaos for Beginners

It is rare that such poetry-inspiring events as the appearance in the heavens of a wryly-winking full moon, Passover, and Easter Sunday all coalesce. . . early during  National Poetry Month. Maurice Sendak grumpily may despise the If You Give … Continue reading

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