Archive for October 10th, 2018

Footprints in the Windsm # 1818–bud about to open, colors hinting

Footprints in the Windsm # 1818

This last poem has not yet coalesced, but there it is: the bud about to open, the colors hinting.


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For whom past 70?

For whom do we live past 70?

:- Doug.

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Something going on

Aging: there’s something going on here, valuable for the grandchildren.

:- Doug.

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Thinking is trouble

Let’s speak kindly about people for whom thinking is troublesome.

:- Doug.

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Plumbing is our word

Less being and more about meaning making and finding—in a life examined and examined again, a society, a species too—examined for what is to be savored, what possibilities might be explored. Plumbing is our word, plumbing depths, sounding ever deeper, asking Why, and yet again Why not?

:- Doug.

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Batters youth

Old age batters and breaks only the powers of youth: it mounts its own new powers.

:- Doug.

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