I used to look at the posts that came to me. There was stuff to read. Thoughtful pieces full of ideas, humor. Whimsical material. Ideas to ponder. Often heartfelt pieces about personal tragedies, working through issues, finding answers to important questions. I didn't read everything. I never could get all of it in a day, … Continue reading NOT INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, OR TWITTER – Marilyn Armstrong
MOON TIME - A New Square for Becky B Before we had calendars, the moon was our calendar. The month was new when the moon was new and was growing old when the moon began to wane. At month's end, all was dark. Full moons have names, too. We know that the Harvest Moon comes … Continue reading HARVEST MOON: A SQUARE FOR BECKYB #7 – Marilyn Armstrong
I took my empty glass to the kitchen to get something to drink. Or, anyway, that was the idea. I put the glass on the counter and looked at the plant hanging on the kitchen window. It needed some water. Maybe they all (finally) needed water. I left the drink where I'd stood it. Filled … Continue reading TOO MANY BIRDS — Marilyn Armstrong
A Modern Opera, a review It is likely I would not have gone to see a local opera company had I not already been familiar with the work of the poet, Gavin Geoffrey Dillard. After all, I have seen plenty of opera at the Lyric Opera of Chicago and plenty of local theater. But this … Continue reading WHEN ADONIS CALLS – Rich Paschall (A Reblog)
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