Monthly Archives: February 2012

Song of the Fetish – Bear Voice

I flow on the stream whose energies propel me into salmon womb. Along the banks of rivers flows my call of waking is Spring’s birth as well. Pushing out other hopes of berries smack-lipped and honey-pressings.  As I pursue the fish there … Continue reading

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First Robins and Last Oscars

The dull cast of a late winter morning was made brighter with the advent of a robin skimming across the parking lot.  The first robin I have noticed in this pre-Springtime morning.  Still tired from trying to sit up , … Continue reading

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Playwrighting 101

I am a playwright.  Somehow that sentence feels comfortable.  I have been writing plays for over thirty years now.  I have even taught Playwrighting — mostly to college students who really wanted to make it as screenwriters.  When Shakespeare says … Continue reading

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Christine Emmert on Amazon.

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Many Universes – Personal and Cosmic

    I am reading A UNIVERSE FROM NOTHING by Lawrence M. Krauss which thrills me in the postulations and loses me in the mathematics.  It is hard to reach out from our very personal world into the vast canyons of space … Continue reading

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Walt Whitman – Drunk on Life

One thing I do is volunteer to read for Recording for the Blind.  Lately they’ve stuck me in a Walt Whitman poetry book which is not such a bad location for me.  I remember my first real introduction to Whitman … Continue reading

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Holier Than Thou? — I doubt it.

I never thought this Presidential race would become one on theology.  I thought maybe a passing reference as to why we don’t say prayers at football games.  But here we are arguing rather gamely about Christianity, Islam, and oh yes, … Continue reading

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