Tag Archives: Traveling

Soul Erosion

You are the seed I am contemplating, as if I were soil feeling nourished enough to offer a place for deep roots, as if I were grounded. I am like a traveler, however, passing through; sections of me eroding, year after year.

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The Work of Adulting . . .

never ends. I’m so pleased and proud to have an essay publish on Grown and Flown this week. The essay explores a few difficult junctures of letting go as my oldest–my daughter–has spread her wings in life. Please check it out! H teaching her little … Continue reading

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Postcard From Ireland

Dear Rhurac, I am here in the land of poetry, dance, and music; because you are not with me, the paper refuses my words, the floor swallows my jig, and the air silences my song. 143 Your Hysedai

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