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Autumn Wonderings (and who marries who)

Excerpts from Walking With Trees (the book) Copyright © 2008 by P.R. Lowe Mid morning in late October, I find myself at the pine thicket, inundated with the sensuous. I pause under a lone tree, that still drips with morning … Continue reading

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School Prayer

by Diane Ackerman In the name of the daybreak and the eyelids of morning and the wayfaring moon and the night when it departs, I swear I will not dishonor my soul with hatred, but offer myself humbly as a … Continue reading

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The Scent of a Bear

copyright © August 26, 2015 By P. R. Lowe Here in the deep of summer: Lavender “Pan” moths and fluorescent fire flies; moments of lucidity amidst the chaos — throwing out the justice scales, and for one shining moment comprehending … Continue reading

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Diary of a Mad Hatter

Sometime in late February panicky, drumming birds at my window. at dawn. dead finches in the snow. frozen pipes and grumpy guts. it’ll pass soon, I tell myself – everything does. They’ve been at it again. Those *%#king lines in … Continue reading

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Love, or the Lack of

Copyright © by P. R. Lowe August 23, 2010     It is a sobering awakening; an almost indescribable feeling in the pit of one’s gut, that rises up to engulf the chest like a cruel fist, when the awareness … Continue reading

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