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COMMUNION

a poem by Skye Burn   There was no world then, only the place Where my heart hungered to be known, Without knowing what it wanted.   Ever since the

UNCOMMON COURTESY

a poem by Skye Burn   My neighbor’s place is kept pristine, unlike the tangled profusion my proclivity produces. His evenly mown swards and regimented rows reflect a tide state

MY FAITH IS A LULLABY

a poem by Skye Burn   “Are you real?” my mother asked when I came to her room in the dementia care facility. We sat on the couch, memories keeping

THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS

by Shervin Nekuee Come you lost Atoms to your Centre draw, And be the Eternal Mirror that you saw: Rays that have wander’d into Darkness wide Return and back into

THANKS FROM BELLINGHAM

by Skye Burn Good morning from Bellingham, where we woke up this morning to the magical beauty of a fresh snowfall! I feel wonderfully refreshed by our time together and

BIRD FLOCKS AND GOVERNANCE

by Tim Harle Dear all, First of all, a huge Thank You to you all for such a stimulating time last week. A special Thank You to Harry, Karin, Cheri

MODERN PATRONAGE

    By Harry Starren – to be published in Notes 3 by Q.S. Serafijn, Post Editions Rotterdam, 2012. If I had to choose between science and art, I’d choose art