Category Archives: The Living Logos

duets with other poets – weaving the tapestry

Chase chasing (to the Muse of muses) “Love sometimes wants to do us a great favor:  hold us upside down and shake all the nonsense out.” -Hafiz oh my Beloved I am giving up but i refuse to stop playing … Continue reading

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autumns symphonies – a pas de deux, vi (final movement) return of shulamite return o messiah

  Parole de Les Coeurs Tendres: A  Pas de Deux of Ancient Lovers* (to my Muse of muses) Return O Shulamite Return O Messiah vi “Before wary minds knowing unchary harts are unknowing: So Ruach lifts up Nefesh as Chayyah … Continue reading

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autumns symphonies – a pas de deux of ancient lovers (movement ii)

Parole de Les Coeurs Tendres: A  Pas de Deux of Ancient Lovers (to my Beloved emBeth) ii “Let her kiss me with the kisses of her mouth for the wisdom upon her lips is more delightful than wine deeper than … 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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duets with other poets – the way of oneness

the way time works   the way divinity plays (to my dutch mirror)   “Ik ben niet een avonturier door keuze maar door lot.” -Vincent Van Gogh   Notice I’m not asking if it is not impossible to ask for you … Continue reading

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gully good synergy – improvisation on jacques brel

we will not leave you orphans (improvisation on jacques brel) “…Ne me quitte pas…” -Jacques Brel do not abandon us please one must not forget us as all can be forgotten so even those who want to forget again can … Continue reading

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autumns symphonies – FOUR QUARTETS Third Quartet

third quartet – that white wolfe   “…the logos of the hart master refines freedom…”                                     -dafree whitewolfe     thank you mirabai for loving me as i am   these words of yesterday are addressed to you my dear poet … Continue reading

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TEN WHITE BEADS – dénoument

TEN  WHITE BEADS – Always We Begin Again (With Commentary by Christen Lore Weber) “…I wash myself with snow water…” -Job 9.3 dénoument always we are already beginning again   it is better to never begin your journey if you … Continue reading

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autumns symphonies – mirrors of a still undiscovered paradise ii

mirrors of a still undiscovered paradise (an eastering meditation) movement ii “…When the ass saw the angel of YHVH, it pressed close to the wall, crushing Balaam’s foot against it. So Balaam beat his ass again…” -Numbers 22:25 there is … Continue reading

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autumns symphonies – mirrors of a still undiscovered paradise i

mirrors of a still undiscovered paradise (an eastering meditation) movement i “…When the ass saw the angel of YHVH, it pressed close to the wall, crushing Balaam’s foot against it. So Balaam beat his ass again…” -Numbers 22:25 veheyah Yahweh … Continue reading

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