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The First Step is Admitting You Have a Problem

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Sarah Kinsman Hi, I’m SarahFae, and I Have Overpacked This is the year that I know I will pack Only the things that I need. I’ll only bring a couple of skirts, And maybe some tank tops and tees… I’ll … Continue reading

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Inconstant Moon

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by Emily Cavin   I saw your face last night Or should I say, this morning? For it was several hours after midnight, The mile marker pushing Yesterday behind today.   I caught sight of you sailing low in the … Continue reading

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Countdown

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by Daniel Singer   10…9…8…7…6…5…4…3…2… Wonder what I was thinking, as we locked eyes and circle-danced, too drunk on sweat and fire to notice when three in the morning came? For the mystery of it, what I wondered was this: … Continue reading

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I Disagree: a short but heartfelt rant dedicated to the poet who currently calls herself Oriah Mountain Dreamer

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by Steve Trombulak   She says, “I don’t care what you do for a living.” But I do, and I want to know why you do it. Does it feed your soul? Will it feed the world? Will it lead … Continue reading

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The Pledge of Allegiance

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by Steve Trombulak Modified from a poem by Gary Snyder (But I like my version better.)   I pledge allegiance to the soil Of Turtle Island And to the life which upon it stands. One planet, under the Sun, Indivisible, … Continue reading

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Circling On — or Some Truths Revealed at the Fire Circle

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by Emily Cavin   Some years ago I had a magical night At the Fire Circle And was able to share that magic With everyone there The next day people thanked me Appreciated my offerings And I guess, frustrated performer … Continue reading

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The Journey

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by Eva Wyld Dandylion I want to be like the Apple Tree, who trusted the ground enough to Surrender to Gravity. Just like the Space Between the Dirt and the Mighty Oak’s Roots- Gravity is a Friend, Friends are Community, … Continue reading

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What We Need to Know

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by Eva Wyld Dandylion I am in love with a Man, Yet I have been saying in my mind over and over- WHY IS HE *SO* IMPORTANT TO ME?! Does he realize, how long I have been willing to sit? … Continue reading

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Meet Me Here

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by Daniel B. Singer Meet me here where smoke and light and heat and night where trembling hands and hearts just might Meet me here beneath the sky, between the trees upon the dirt, upon our knees— Surrender here where … Continue reading

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No Idea

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I had no idea so I went to the bones, the skulls, and the dirt; seeking counsel from those who had gone before me – silence – Perhaps, like the simple child, I did not even know how to ask … Continue reading

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