Month: March 2011

Prayer of the March Wind

By Marianne Bickett, copyright 2011 March has arrived Not softly nor meekly But hollering and blustering Plopped down upon the seaside mountains She sits as clouds, giant cotton balls gathering on the horizon Tumbling over the crests with gray pants… Read More ›

Persephone’s Child

by Janet Crawford Trenchard copyright 2011 . A refugee of time, I wander knee deep over and through used broken things, scanning left to right, pulling myself forward, between crumbling pillars as the debris begins to thin out. Stepping lightly… Read More ›

The Calendar Remembers

by Chris Arcus copyright 2011 The calendar remembers your guilt Your diary remembers the fight you had The day the robin died That sniffle that broke into a cough The itch around your ankles From too much sun The way… Read More ›

The Definition of the Maya

Editorial Note: I am republishing Graeme Jones’ article first published here last spring. It clearly has more relevance now than ever, given the recent events in Japan, the Middle East,  Wisconsin and to Julian Assange of Wikileaks.  The social and… Read More ›

Nuclear disaster in Japan

Editorial Note: I am saddened by the recent events in Japan. However with the earthquakes, tsunami and the very real possibility of horrific nuclear plant meltdowns comes a necessary realization–we need to pay more attention to the power of Mother… Read More ›


Tides by Bea Garth copyright 2011 You unravel me with  your sweet persistent touch, I am swept up in the tides of the Universe there being no shore like the sands of the Moment to lose myself into guided by… Read More ›

Carob Brownies

CAROB Egg BROWNIES (banana, squash or yam) gluten free by Bea Garth, copyright 2011 Mix dry ingredients thoroughly in a bowl: 1 cup sorghum flour 2 cups brown or white rice flour ½ cup tapioca flour ½ cub powdered carob… Read More ›