Monthly Archives: July 2013

whither human mind?

read all sorts of alarming things in the newspapers everyday. today took the cake. people are going to come up with predictive technology, which will liberate people from the onerous burden of thinking and remembering. are we going to walk … Continue reading

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and so i write…

mind churns out reams of thought trembling tongue utters nought pen spells solace

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tan renga challenge 7

decomposed flowers silent witness of a relative read tear stained eyes heart a heavy tombstone, walk leadenly to lonely hearth

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monsoon grace

green – grey – ish afternoon gentle gust blows leafy frond we softly receive

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fav season-fav poetry form

haiku monsoon it rains! mind awash with thoughts; supplanting old me – – mories with the new.

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thoughts

just posted the tan renga challenge. the bigger challenge was understanding HOW to post. technology! technology! anyways here’s a thought. imagine you are god. move up. watch the world – the grand design – unfold. observe the no-good and the … Continue reading

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tan renga challenge #6 at carpe diem

in the stillness between the arrival of guests the peonies a pink ripple, orchestrate nature’s celebration

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