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meeting the wounded woman

Highly recommended: The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden, by Robert A. Johnson.  MEETING THE WOUNDED WOMAN After waking from the sight of a wounded woman knee-deep in a dark swamp… I remembered what I’d read: the “she” a man … Continue reading

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a good bad year

Some claim dreams are meaningless… To that I say: maybe so, but even so… …I’ve learned much from mine.   BLESSED SUFFOCATION In the dream I could not breathe for one full year!— as I held to a stiff chair … Continue reading

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a good place to find a poem

If you’re a poet searching for your next poem, a dream can be a good place to look… A good place, because dreams don’t lie.  And neither should poems. A good place, because dreams open our minds and hearts with … Continue reading

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