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Butt of the Joke

A million monkeys typing for a million years DID produce the works of Shakespeare when you think about it.  Because every “monkey” chatter and every “monkey” action led to that point.  Shakespeare was merely a biocomputer synthesizing everything that had … Continue reading

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HEXAGRAM OF SATURN

HEXAGRAM OF SATURN   The minds of men are unraveling frail yarn strands of reason and compassion loosened and fallen from winter’s wool caps   re-knotted at the groin like a failed vasectomy   impregnating the world with madness   … Continue reading

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Sestina: Yoga

We come together and unroll our mats to breathe for a bit, to move our bodies in a flow of shapes.  . tree, rabbit, moon, and experience collectively the ways that consciousness can bend and fill any container and in … Continue reading

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Haiku a Day #26

Gazing eye to eye in mantra meditation the whole universe

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Haiku a Day #24

Haiku a Day #24   Tired of haiku yet? The project is almost over, six more days to go. I suspect we’ll all be glad.   I have found it beneficial in writing and poetry to explore darkness, but one … Continue reading

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Haiku a Day #21 (an experimental process)

The following haiku was created by photographing yesterday as many words as I could find spray painted onto the seawall at Ocean Beach, SF, and then today cutting and assembling a fraction of them into a haiku that seemed to … Continue reading

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Haiku a Day #15 (Half-way there!)

Our hair recedes like rain forests, earth’s lungs.  We grieve every precious strand   I thought it would be clever to doodle out a quick tree that looked like a set of lungs. How unique. Not! When I make something, … Continue reading

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