Monthly Archives: June 2014

Where Dreams End and Mornings Begin

I had a terrible dream last night.  I was with my son Peter and we were visiting my friend Tom. Wait a minute.  I need to set the stage better, for there are important facts which are necessary for the reader … Continue reading

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Let Us Now Praise Famous Men….And Women

“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.”  Abraham Lincoln “Respect is often paid in proportion as it is claimed.” Dr. Samuel Johnson, The Idler, 1758 “… understanding, and action proceeding from understanding … Continue reading

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The Well-Mown Field

Early morning solitary walks produce a sort of induced reverie.  After all, there is little mental effort involved in putting one foot in front of another, other than that required to avoid holes or stones or to keep to your path.  So the … Continue reading

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Write a Post About a Post

Write a song Write a song about the very song you sing Pen a line about a line within a line Write a song about a song. Think a thought Think a thought about the very thought you think Hold … Continue reading

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