Monthly Archives: May 2010

Tree of Flesh and Bone

  Copyright© by P. R. Lowe, May 31, 2010 Oh tree of flesh and bone, do I alone hear your plea? Is it just me? Or is there a storm brewing? Are we stewing in our own soup, the route … Continue reading

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Mary and Elizabeth (auto writing)

Copyright © Dec 2, 2008 By P. R. Lowe Mary and Elizabeth are one, I am in both of them, they are both in me, the sins of kings, of queens, of prime ministers , presidents of the past and … Continue reading

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Burning The Apple Tree

    Copyright ©, April 15, 2009, by P. R. Lowe Late on a Tuesday afternoon, they came and began chain sawing the old apple tree; Tuesday, not being really significant, just out of the usual pattern of showing up … Continue reading

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The “I” (excerpt from Deeper Into The Woods)

  Copyright © by P. R. Lowe, May 20, 2010 ……….. ( late in the night) The “I” comes from the center of everything and nothing; so deep in the center is it’s beginning that it can only begin to move … Continue reading

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Gratitude (from Deeper Into The Woods)

  Copyright © by P. R. Lowe, May 20 2010 You ask me what I’m grateful for. I stop and think awhile. Is it what or who? Or joy or bliss? Or is it all of this? I hesitate, for … Continue reading

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Praying (excerpt from Deeper Into The Woods)

Copyright © by P. R. Lowe, May 20 2010 ………..So for me, praying has become stopping; making a time and a place in my life to be sure that what I am asking is truly what I desire, for I … Continue reading

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A Good Butler (from Deeper Into The Woods)

  copyright© by P. R. Lowe, May 20, 2010 Ended and mended, done and begun, a good butler or wife might make this more fun. What troubled my ways on the days before this blissfully ebb away in slumber; I … Continue reading

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