Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Lunch

    Who is it that, for lunch, could really wish A little salad, on a little dish? Or a cup of soup, lukewarm for gulping quick? Or candy bar? Or ice cream on a […]

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Duet

    The calyx of the oboe breaks, silver and soft the flower it makes; and next, beyond, the flute-notes seen, now are white and now are green.   “The Calyx of the Oboe Breaks” […]

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Millinery

        I was the milliner . . . My eye quick to beauty Saw much beside ribbons And buckles and feathers And leghorns and felts, To set off sweet faces . . […]

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Very Valentines

        Very fine is my valentine. Very fine and very mine.   “A Very Valentine” Gertrude Stein           This is an extremely early, low-res image of my cats […]

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Happiness

          The point in life is to know what’s enough . . . With the happiness held in one inch-square heart you can fill the whole space between heaven and earth. […]

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Contemplation

        When you gaze at an object, you bring blessing to it. For through contemplation, you know that it is absolutely nothing without the divinity that permeates it.   Dov Baer of […]