Monthly Archives: June 2013

Oneness

ONENESS (Collatz Conjecture: 3n + 1) Divide by two if even Or half of the triple plus one Indefinitely. All roads lead to one, naturally – Mere conjecture yet to be disproved. (PoeticMeditations. All Rights Reserved.) This morning I read … Continue reading

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Lost

“Midway upon the journey of our life, I found myself within a dark forest, for the straightforward pathway had been lost.” The Inferno, Dante Alighieri LOST Shine your light through the tangled darkness, Take my hand and lead me safely … Continue reading

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Belladonna

While driving around, I happen to see a store sign for “Belladonna Spa”. With my atrocious French, I thought it might mean “beautiful Donna” (belle Donna) or, with my atrocious memory, I thought it might have something to do with … Continue reading

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A Taste of Honey

“We didn’t just read poetry, we let it drip from our tongues like honey.” John Keating, Dead Poets Society Happened upon a small, tented farmer’s market and was delighted to find Robert W. Hughes selling jars of his honey. Most … Continue reading

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Return of the Native

Been on the road adrift since returning–staying at motels and time-shares while living out of a suitcase looking for a place to settle down. Familiar yet strange After all these years away This place once called home

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