Category Archives: love
“In This Language” Linguistics, etymology, semantics, irrelevant. More ancient than Tamil, Sanskrit, or Greek. No interpreters required. No translators needed. Only tongues to taste the universal, antediluvian, conveyor of love. CRR 4-22-18 National Poetry … Continue reading
I was thinking of my mom this morning as I began my traditional Sunday drive to church, therapist, and community service (the beach). I usually called her on my way to or from. I think she loved the fact that … Continue reading
If somehow you haven’t noticed, hearts are everywhere right now. There’s just one more day until the monumentally commercialized day to honor St. Valentine and the ones we love. The markets are flooded with readymade expressions of love to fit … Continue reading
The cancer of hate cannot be cured by the razing of monuments or the National Guard. Its legacy envelopes our pure and precious babies, infects institutions and poisons the rivers of love that nourish souls. The vitriolic vocabulary of hate … Continue reading
Or why I’m awake at 2 am. Because, all the swirlingwords.
DAY 16 of National Poetry Month A haiku about a boy who has my heart.
DAY #14 National Poetry Month Inspired by Plato I see poetry in the wind and hear our song in the sky. I taste it vibrating on your tongue and feel its home in my heart. CRR 4-14-17
To hold a heart to know it has been broken to cushion it and be a downy place for it to land to carry it within yours despite the cumbersome weight to protect it from marauders and cynics and the … Continue reading