Photo and a Poem: January 24, 2020

January 24, 2020Photo by Justin Freed A Poem by Jan Kelly Something to burst like a grapeOr solidify like a hazelnutHolding you to itEvery, each day, experienceIn your diurnal course is/willBe like that.Adapting is the secret ofSurviving, lasting long and wellBeing...

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Photo and a Poem: January 17, 2020

January 17, 2020Photo by Louis Kozma A Poem from 2005 by Tim Bosworth Another week of nothingOf no moneyOf no commissionsOf no hopeOf pissing in the windOf feeling dope. Winter surely followsBedraggling our feet soreBut the Spring comes anyway. War is not for todayWe...

Photo and a Poem: January 10, 2020

January 10, 2020Photo by Suzann Heron The gray landscapeA Poem by Suzann Heron There’s something easyreassuringabout looking out over a greyskymet with the same greyocean My heart feelsComfortable Only one color Not much to ponder yet reliable The Sun peaks through a...