Monthly Archives: September 2020

Delicious ongoingness

Poems have no goal nor end and only a delicious ongoingness :- Doug.

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Record happinesses

Record happinesses, too. :- Doug.

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Inside your next poem

Inside your next poem may be inside the mystery :- Doug.

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Choose your story

Maybe by the end of the course you’ll choose what story to write. To write is to explore A course is life Maybe is all there is :- Doug.

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Teaching my life

What I’m teaching is my life What you’re learning is story writing Perhaps :- Doug.

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Softly–hardly

Aren’t we the pair? I talk softly You hear hardly :- Doug.

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Bright line of old people poetry

I was going to tell you about the 17 or so poems I wrote in response to an event to figure out what happened, to ask myself what I could have done differently, to ask myself why this was so … Continue reading

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Sanding imperfections

I like my writing today. It still has edges needing trimming, sanding, finish sanding, yet it feels of me. Then again, maybe the edges belong, like the intentional imperfections in a Japanese painting. :- Doug.

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Might be the whole

This last might be the start of a poem, or it might be the whole. :- Doug.

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Reflect now to find beauty

Reflect now to find beauty you have found yourself :- Doug.

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Old Lawyer fun?

What are the fun parts of being an Old Lawyer? :- Doug.

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Yeast in your pen

Put yeast in your pen Readers need to sweat :- Doug.

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plashing people in range

Poetry is not for filleting your gizzards rather stretching joyfully spreading abroad plashing cooling flooding people in range :- Doug.

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All of us have covid

All of us have covid here he softly chuckled some with virus, some other wise :- Doug.

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Family in fog?

What are the duties of older lawyers —to help a family in fog? :- Doug.

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Duties older?

What are the duties of lawyers —as they grow older? :- Doug.

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Help young lawyers

How are you going to help young lawyers if you don’t invest in reflecting, and deeply? :- Doug.

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