Category Archives: Colorado

Imagery, Echoes, and Memories

Below is a link to an ‘experiment’ of sorts, one that I’ve been pondering and pursuing, now and then, for the last 3-4 decades: the effect that a combination of two separate emotion-grabbing artful inputs, i.e. verbal  (poetic/sonnet) and visual … Continue reading

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2016 Election: Primaries-Conventions; Images Worth Recalling

“To see a world in a grain of sand And a Heaven in a wild flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand, And Eternity in an hour.” (William Blake, in ‘Auguries of Innocence’) It’s been a long year … Continue reading

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Public Lands: “Footprints On The Sands Of Time”

“One does not sell the land people walk on.” (Crazy Horse, Sept. 23, 1875) ****** It’s “political sleight-of-hand”: For their next trick, Republican magicians will make your federal land disappear Pulling back the curtain, one finds that the movement to transfer … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Life

Take all away from me, but leave me Ecstasy, And I am richer then than all my Fellow Men . . . In today’s human world,  the sad reality is that all that really counts is money, both the acquisition … Continue reading

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Climate Change: A Visible Hint?

“Nature is always presenting us with surprises. And perhaps we are surprised only because we are ignorant.” (John C. Van Dyke) I’ve been wondering if/when some signs of climate change and global warming are going to become visible via a … Continue reading

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Shade, and Sun

Had I not seen the Sun I could have borne the shade . . . (Emily Dickinson) First, the shade — and yes, it’s hard to bear sometimes: I’ll be brief. “Brief” seems a blessing, actually, once you read the … Continue reading

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Wild Rose and Bee

Wild roses bloom here along the front range in May and June, typically. This particular one was waiting on May 30, 2009, complete with bee. I couldn’t help but remember the Emily Dickinson poem that reads: Come slowly — Eden! … Continue reading

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