Come to Me Come to me when road is done, battles lost and war not won. Come to me with slower tread, head hung low, without a bed. Come to me in winter rain, in the blizzard, in the pain. Come to me with broken bread, and spongy heart filled with lead. […]
A piece published in the Victoria Gazette about a local Minnesota neighborhood, and the importance of names. The Fancy Chevalle No offense to the residents of the fancy neighborhood Chevalle––it appears to be a great place to live. Adjacent to the neighborhood Wintergreen, and across from the Deer Run golf course, Chevalle is a spacious […]
As artists, how do we know which ideas to keep––and which to toss?
Please enjoy this poem by guest writer Luke Wood. Glass (Original) I stand here before you as you see through me You can see every trial and tribulation You know my next move as I am about to move One touch of you can make me more visible to all And a different touch could […]
Please enjoy this poem by guest writer Luke Wood. Anonymous (Original) In a world well known, I remain anonymous Why be moral in a world that’s ambiguous Why hide when I can remain conspicuous Why have one when I can be promiscuous Why build a world that’s easy to turn to dust Why build love […]
A Spring of Weather Reports After the style of Kathleen Norris in Dakota: A Spiritual Geography. February 24 It is 5:30 in the evening, and snow streaks down in small pellets. I have plans to go out, to meet a friend, to tromp through thick snow around the Lowry Nature Center’s expanse of trails in […]