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Let life be a deep let-go.

By on Apr 7, 2017 in Uncategorized

“Don’t try to force anything. Let life be a deep let-go. See God opening millions of flowers everyday without forcing the buds.” – Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh Pin...

Lovelight

By on Apr 2, 2017 in books and publishing, poetry

My new book Lovelight is now available on Amazon. Pin It   The ebook version is up now and it’s about the price of a grande decaf Latte Macchiato with almond milk (my new favorite drink) – so think of it like buying a cup of coffee and hanging out with me. The print version will be available shortly. Reviews really make or break the success of a book like this. If you purchase this book please also take the time to kindly leave me a review on Amazon. Love,...

Gluten Free Weather Report

By on Mar 1, 2017 in Uncategorized

It’s March! I’m very tired of it being cold (I know, boo-hoo, stop complaining, I live in Southern California.) But it’s true. Am eating gluten-free, sugar free, dairy free (at about 90% on the first two and 70% on the last.) Perhaps this is making me grouchy about the weather. I’m also addictively watching The British Baking Show which is incredibly ironic of me, given that it’s basically a show that’s a contest to see who’s the master gluten and sugar manipulator.  Slightly torturous from the eating point of view but I really do love watching cooking shows. The weather here has been very interesting these last couple of months. There were a couple of spurts of what felt around here like excessive rain. You could see everyone clench up like we were entering some kind of something that is much bigger than…rain. And I brought this up to...

The New Year

By on Jan 25, 2017 in Uncategorized

I’ve really been enjoying the energy of a new year. I’m getting ready to put out another book of poems, which I’m very excited about. More on that in the coming days. In the meantime, here’s a lovely sunset from the other day. The wind was blowing SO hard and it was SO cold – which I bet you can’t tell from the picture! Pin...

Fragments

By on Mar 27, 2016 in Poems

Fragments   He says that the universe is very wide, very large, as large as Lake Michigan on a rainy day and he wishes his hands were large enough to hold it while he watches opera in an Italian suit and a maroon and beige tie. He wishes that his eyes were large enough to take in the smell of violets but will settle for the taste of small white candies with the flavor of them written in Roman letters and carried in a tin in his not so very large pocket. He wishes that his ears were large enough to take in the sound of a hundred white Russian winters, that his wallet was also large enough to hold enough money to buy a house there and that his memory were deep enough to hold every moment that he has had in a glass with rounded edges hand blown in Italy because when he dies he knows he will move towards the light and nothing else and that the universe is very large thought his eyes...

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