Endings, Or What You Learn That Can’t Be Measured. 

It’s the end of school year. That anticipation builds, the excitement hardly contained, the noise levels rise, and then, suddenly it is over. Everyone is gone and the ghosts of laughter and happy shrieks and frustrations are silent. There’s an odd sensation after school ends when everyone scatters. The emptiness and the noise that recently […]

The Peony’s Soul

Slowly, they bud, as the lilacs fade, as the days grow warm and long One by one, they pop open, bursting bright raspberry shades across the lawns They open wider, flinging ruffles and ripples across our paths They are generous benefactors, stacking pillows of pink and magenta in front of our eyes The slanting sun […]

Hearing Voices in the Spring

Spring is the same year after year.  Flowers shoot up through the ground and bloom. Trees carry buds which flower and morph into yellow umbrellas and then into green canopies, lighting up against the gray, wet skies.  But the fabulous part of this whole Spring production is that while each Spring carries the same template, […]