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holocaust: a poem

holocaust ten thousand tears haven’t cooled the phoenix she’s still smoldering beating her wings fearing to remember trying to believe the sky click on the pigeon to home Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Ezra talks of pain Ez says where the vulnerable self reveals itself we feel our pain and sharing turns our pain to love look into the endless depth of your pain into it’s endless beauty The deep recess of the heart that’s where love sleeps We are like fountains The power of pain is to […]

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I Was Counting My Days: art show

“I was counting my days” celebrating Darcy’s journey… Sept 13th to 22nd :    Reception: Thursday, September 13th, 6 to 10 at the Laurier Gallery, 113 Jefferson (Liberty Village) Andrew Sookrah and I have been chronicling, pictorially, Darcy’s story from the time she received a diagnosis of breast cancer, through her mastectomy and chemo. The paintings […]

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Roots: poem

Roots Listlessly toasting the host the faces  that filled my life and vanished, while I strove with grieves and twists. and briefed my soul to reach for simplicity and splendour, to set high goals and search and leave them high for the sun and wind to bless. Now conjuring the joy, the peace, of some […]

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