Tag Archives: C.D. Wright

Ground Under our Feet?

We live between four walls, they are temporary, fragile, often cheap, sometimes made of scythed corn stalks.  They have been speared into the ground for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, they won’t hold for long, their very nature is impermanence.  … Continue reading

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Flowers and Monsters

“In recent months I have been intent on seizing happiness.”  So wrote C.D. Wright, my guiding star right now.  If you’re naturally happy, you don’t make declarations to be happy.  You throw out an idea, a wild proposition and follow … Continue reading

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In Autumn’s Vase

Glass so thin today, we in the lower bowl are swelled by light and air, clear atmosphere, brilliantly tinted by elm trees a hundred feet above our heads The yellow jazzes even if it’s November’s hour glass; then sands ting … Continue reading

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