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lee-konstantinou's picture
Feb.10.2009
I hesitate to direct attention to these two videos, given how horribly self-conscious seeing footage of myself makes me, but in the interest of...
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stephen-evans's picture
Feb.10.2009
No one writes poetry anymore. All Cretans are lyres. 
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geling-yan's picture
Feb.10.2009
From my husband on the music played at the wake of my late father-in-law: Dad loved all kinds of good music. We put together a selection of fifteen...
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geling-yan's picture
Feb.10.2009
From my husband about my late father-in-law: While he read relatively little fiction other than works by Laurens van der Post, but he loved well-...
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robert-grudin's picture
Feb.10.2009
APOSTASIA ADVISES HER QUEEN ON PIETYWeave into linen the form of scarabaeus sacer,Trace in the sand, wide-pupiled, the udjat of ra,In thy ablutions,...
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janny-wurts's picture
Feb.10.2009
Is anyone disturbed by the accelerated hype now appearing as ads targeted to solicit unpublished, new authors, and featured in glitz, at the headline...
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anne-brooke's picture
Feb.10.2009
First off, here’s this morning’s meditation, which is possibly the one moment of calm I will get today: Meditation 69 Before us liesa rich and...
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geling-yan's picture
Feb.10.2009
From my husband regarding his late father: Dad was always reading something.  When we picked up the area around his chair, I took a moment to record...
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geling-yan's picture
Feb.10.2009
From my husband, regarding final arrangements for my father-in-law: On Monday, February 2, two days after the wake, we transferred my father’s urn to...
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kate-marshall's picture
Feb.10.2009
Say “dog show” and most people picture the Westminster Kennel Club conformation show, where handlers in suits and sensible shoes present pure-bred,...
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kyi-kaung's picture
May.02.2009
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nancybrady's picture
May.02.2009
I like blue jays.  Not everyone does, I know, but I like them despite their squabbling nature.  Or perhaps because of it.  We feed the birds all...
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kathy-cummings's picture
May.02.2009
  The early 1960’s… America had elected the youngest President in U.S. history. "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do...
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former member's picture
May.02.2009
by former member
Dear Readers:      I've previously said, but I don't know if I said it here that I have said before is that part of my "rebirth" as a...
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former member's picture
May.02.2009
by former member
Dear Readers:     After a long hiatus, I am back.  I have a lot on my mind and this blog will be the first place that I want to start to get off my...
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diegito-vivas's picture
May.02.2009
7.
1. Watching T play with my baby brother (said brother is passionately in love with the boyfriend). 2. When books are effectively translated into film...
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mary-wilkinson's picture
May.02.2009
Okay, toss the dishwasher into the gorse bushes and pitch the washing machine into the bog. Break the string on your favourite set of beads and cast...
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former member's picture
May.02.2009
by former member
John King, likely the world’s only classical ukulele virtuoso, died last month at the age of 55. Here he is performing a Bach prelude, playing more...
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john-bussey's picture
May.02.2009
No feedback on my book, "The Prospector," so I though I'd post something even more provocative.  Comments?
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vicki-nikolaidis's picture
May.02.2009
"The only difference between a derelict and a man is a job." commented Godfrey. My Man Godfrey (1936) Directed by Gregory La Cava...
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