Monthly Archives: June 2014

new threads in the tapestry – fifth poem

romeo sings to juliet (to guilia – regina twelve) “I am that.” -Sri Nisgaradattta another glass is broken but not my promise to love you forever and beyond whatever such silly words as those might just now or tomorrow mean … Continue reading

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the dutch mirror – spring trio iii

iii such secret suchness** “Too late, O Ancient Beauty, have I loved thee…”                                                 -St. Augustine     my love asked my love for a song of love today   just this one taste my longing lately grasps that no … Continue reading

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the Muse of muses – eleventh ‘haiku’ to emBeth

gematria “Jesus said, ‘Blessed is the lion that the man consumes, and the lion becomes man.  And cursed is the man that the lion consumes, and the man becomes lion.’” -Gospel of Thomas when one makes ten into eleven twelve … Continue reading

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new threads in the tapestry – fourth poem

a midnight hymn (with gratitude to leonard cohen) “I listen at night.”                                 -Robert Lax new   it’s a broken alleluia my love is it your hart breaking or it is mine i am here for you, are you here … Continue reading

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the dutch mirror – spring trio ii

ii pentecost* in mira’s garden “….as of a rushing mighty wind…”                                 -Acts 2.2     in mira’s garden i am listening today to whimsy flowers whispering hush pentecost is in the wind   and i hear mary saying   as long as jesus … Continue reading

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the dutch mirror – spring trio i

spring  trio (from mira’s garden)  i mira know why “I am the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valleys.”                                                 -Canticles 2.1   the flowers just blooming looking at them her feet began to danse unknowing she knows … Continue reading

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gully good synergy – la gitane (the gypsy)

(english follows below) La Gitane (à ma muse français, kamila lawad) << Les flammes vacillent, la gitane s’enflamme Pas de demi-mesure, pas de saison, seul le tremplin de la vie, La danse s’empourpre, le feu crépite, le corps nage, L … Continue reading

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the Muses of muses – tenth ‘haiku’ to emBeth

ponder awhile “…the ones who are compassionate are but few they wear jade daggers in their unbroken harts…” -dafree whitewolfe jasmine providence jade leaves staining sweet waters stream from but one cup therefore ancient harts embrace such oneness creating a … Continue reading

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the dutch mirror – The Beloved is the Rose of roses

The Beloved is the Rose of roses “Search, no matter what situation you are in. O thirsty one, search for water constantly.  Finally, the time will come when you will reach the spring.”                                 -Unknown    When first I fell in love … Continue reading

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new threads in the tapestry – third poem

this new jerusalem (to my beloved muses, all of them) “…and we hear clouds amidst snowflakes falling..” -dafree whitewolfe we kunnen zeggen dit vele manieren we can say this many ways nous pouvons dire cela plusieurs façons   but just … Continue reading

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