Monthly Archives: March 2014

Interplay Journal, Friday morning, March 29, 2014

We did a long warm up to the music of Stephane Grappelli as Joy led the group. She had us do a number of walk-stop-runs with our group of 18 women and 2 men. We walked fast, then slowly. We … Continue reading

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Migration

    The crescent moon cradles Venus, you who have flown south south-east; I wave a scarf at the horizon where you disappeared.   The flute quiets the transplanted soul while the owls are near tonight.   You abandoned your … Continue reading

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Emergency Poem

This is the poem to carry with you for emergencies, like the spare batteries and extra gas you pack when you drive into the wilderness. When you discover you are lost, you can press any word in this poem and … Continue reading

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Connection

She walks toward the librarian, pausing, breathless, from the long climb to the library. Outside the fog hides the golf course, inside the library, shelter, warmth. She says to the librarian, “Here, first time,” pointing around the room. She says, … Continue reading

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Near El Morro, Cuba

The breeze from the ocean touches the curtain, pulling and pushing. The woman lies on her side in the bed by the open window; the muggy air breathes in and out. In her fortress, she waits for her lover and … Continue reading

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InterPlay, Friday Morning, March 21, 2014

Today, I have the day to myself. Let’s try something new.  Let’s not rush. In Interplay, we give structure, then improvise and then notice what happened. Today, I will notice what happens.

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Labyrinth

Just hedge a bit, he said. Love can be bloody or sane.  No need to say the truth, cruel as it may be. Be kind.  Sanctify the moment, m’dear. Be blasé.  Be real. Leap into the next moment with abandon. … Continue reading

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