I am the glacier where the river comes to be I am the mountain from which the river flows I am the ocean where the river ends I am that which feeds upon the river, drink from me I am that which the river feeds upon, drown in me I […]Read more "I Am the River"
Observation It is 4:00 pm, and the rain is freezing. The rain covers everything in a thickening layer of ice, a slurry of slush and snow. It was warm today, but the temperature is falling, dropping below zero. There are people outside, they have no shelter. Some will not make it through the night. […]Read more "Observation – January 2nd, 2017, Monday"
The cosmic movement, everything is motion Everyone is dancing, we do not dance alone I, and I are never alone Never mind the dark and silence Never mind the space, empty all around us I, and I are always present I enigma, I of the heart and mind I friend, I foe, I and I, […]Read more "Dance"
A fire blooming in the heart of a flower A new god rising in the absence of reason Myth makers lulling the gullible to sleep Circling the truth in concentric rings A fire blooming in the heart of a flower A new god rising in the absence of reason Myth makers calling the gullible […]Read more "Sweet Jingo"
01 – Memory Kathy lived in two worlds; one, her senses; two, the larger world of memory. Memory spoke to her in word and vision. 02 – Memories There were hidden places within her; languages that no one spoke. There was love, pain, and the promise of becoming. 03 – Knowledge Memories came unbidden; and […]Read more "Emergence: Section 04 Kathy, Part 22 Childhood – Poets and Pints Reading"
In the twentieth century major advances in medical technology came, immunizations and sanitation provided much of what was necessary for a vast expansion in the human population. But, what was needed most were changes in agronomy, in the production and distribution of food. When that happened, human population exploded. In the year 1000 C.E. […]Read more "On Agrarianism and Slavery – Part VI"
Everything eats. There is no life without food; without nourishment there is only death. The abundance of food, or its scarcity, determine the quality of human life. The more time, and energy (in terms of human labor) we spend acquiring, or producing food, the more food we need; conversely, the less time we spend […]Read more "On Agrarianism and Slavery – Part I"