Monthly Archives: November 2013

We Stood Together

Fifty years ago today, I set out just after dark with my mother and two friends to pay our respects to our slain president as he lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda. It was a last minute decision. I … Continue reading

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WTF is happening in Warsaw?

Presenting a short dialogue between two characters I know quite well, ME and I. ME  represents me when I really think about climate change and what it means I  represents me when I want to convince myself that it will … Continue reading

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The worst storm on record

Originally posted on poet4justicedotwordpressdotcom:
Dear friends, The worst storm on record has devastated the people of the Philippines, and scientists say climate change fueled it. Leaders are meeting right now to decide whether to pay billions promised to help…

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What Happens Next?

Did you ever wonder what it would be like to live through a transition of enormous significance? Would you be aware every day that radical transformation is taking place? Logic tells me that we would notice changes all around us. … Continue reading

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