For those of you who keep up with my stochastic entries–all seven of you–you’ll know that recently, I had a … Continue reading A Refreshing Lapse of Sanity: Reimagining the Pie Hole
I wanted for you to see me, Waited with patience diluted, A stranger’s desperate breath Lingering in my lungs, mingling … Continue reading A Name for Longing
First iris bloom of the spring. I concentrate on her curves, Ache at her beauty, lush and blue, All secret … Continue reading Marks of Passage
This morning, I watched the world Build itself out of light. Blue to give substance to shadow, Red, then gold … Continue reading Crane’s Feathers
Tonight, I leafed through the two volumes of poetry I published a couple of years ago. It was an experiment. … Continue reading Visiting Friends
I am an anthropologist, a teacher, a writer, a woman–all of these words describe my physical and social being. But … Continue reading And Then It Was Wednesday: Why Scientific Literacy, Access to Data, and a Cultural Emphasis on Arts and Humanities are Vital.