October by Robert Frost November has made its way through time with a speed that leaves me breathless, even a little bewildered. My sister Sarah, has a theory based on quantum physics that time speeds up as we age. I’m thinking that she has insight into this matter, considering that we are nearing the endContinue reading “October by Robert Frost”
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Roads, Journeys, Memories
My recent thoughts have been on what is remembered and what is forgotten in the collective consciousness. Why do we remember specific events when those events, at the time, seemed ordinary and easily pushed to the recesses of memory? We are defined by moments that follow us wherever life takes us. We become a compilationContinue reading “Roads, Journeys, Memories”
My dear friend at Leaping Tracks advised me that today the United Kingdom celebrated National Poetry Day. In 1996, Canada set aside April as the month to appreciate poetry. Most of us would agree, however, that poetry cannot be limited to a day, a month, even a year. Poetry allows us to exchange complex thoughtsContinue reading “October Celebration”
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