Monthly Archives: December 2014

Poem for the New Year

New Year’s Eve   Clay is fired to make a pot. The pot’s use comes from emptiness. ~ Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu   Already, dawn breaks earlier. Day lengthens, quickening to light as sun pulls in her tether … Continue reading

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Precious Solitude

Solitude is one of the gifts women deny themselves – sometimes for an entire lifetime. Yet it is one of our most precious and necessary birthrights. One, like so many others, that has been stolen by the predominant culture in … Continue reading

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