Monthly Archives: January 2013

Quote of the day

"There’s not necessarily a formula, but more so a construct." — Doublespeakeasy, in a faculty meeting, in the morning. I should find out what that means, but I’d rather learn what’s hidden in this guy’s bundle of multicolored notebooks out … Continue reading

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Friday poetry

a little ditty from Rilke Let This Darkness Be a Bell Tower Quiet friend who has come so far, feel how your breathing makes more space around you. Let this darkness be a bell tower and you the bell. As … Continue reading

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Winter sun

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What it takes to write

In her piece for the New Yorker titled, “How I get to write,” Roxanna Robinson describes the precious, sacred morning time between the end of sleep and the beginning of writing. The time — or more precisely, the space, the … Continue reading

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When I’m 62…

…I want to be able to rock as hard as Ann Wilson does in this Heart tribute to Led Zeppelin. She literally brings Robert Plant to tears. It’s that good. From this year’s Kennedy Center Honors.

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