Category Archives: thin places

the b’ch chronicles, iii

This time of year and for a few more months, the beach becomes one of those thin places for me − you know, the kind of place where the membrane separating Heaven and earth is so thin you could almost poke … Continue reading

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a thousand words and more…

  Photography by Keri Beth Livingston There was a child went forth every day; And the first object he look’d upon, that object he became; And that object became part of him for the day, or a certain part of … Continue reading

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Céad míle fáilte

My body is home from Ireland but the rest of me is still in Dublin. It was a relatively quick trip – only one week – but a wonderful one that I will remember forever. My trip wasn’t a sight-seeing … Continue reading

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on the night table

RAINER MARIA RILKE New POEMS A Bilingual Edition Translated by Stephen Cohn Northwestern University Press, 1998     The Heart of the Rose Where is the outwardness to what lies here, within? Whose wound was ever dressed, bandaged in such fine linen? … Continue reading

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lady sharon of such grace, may the light shine on thy face

 a kind camelot for sufferers of chronic pain My kind and gentle friend Lady Sharon has a lovely kingdom to visit. Her Camelot, I suspect, is divinely inspired because it welcomes its guests with much light and grace. I encourage you to read … Continue reading

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for all who love love

Happy Valentines Day 

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