The Occupy movement comes to Bethany, sort of. A wedding ring gets lost. A disease is diagnosed, poetically. A poet finds poetic justice, in a cartoon. A son takes Winnie-the-Pooh on a journey for his ailing mother. And more. Good stuff. All good stuff.
“Anger” by Sarah Salter at Living Between the Lines.
“Called to Someone” by Jason Vana.
“Today” by Jeanne Damoff at The View From Here.
“What’s Your Sign?” by Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today.
“Of Sore Throats and Green Hearts” by Sandra Keska King.
“Occupy Bethany” by S.D. Smith.
“Transformed by beauty all around” by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy.
“Fish Tails and a Side o’ Fries” by Darlene at Simply Darlene.
“The Difference Between Success & Significance” by Michael Perkins at The Handwritten.
“The Ring” by Michelle DeRusha at Graceful
“Negotiating Pooh” by Jerry Barrett at Parenthetically Speaking in 3D.
“The Archival Leonard Cohen” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.
“The Cushite Photo” by Seth Haines.
“Abandonment Issues” by Jason Stasyszen at Connecting to Impact.
“The broken telescope” by Robert Lee Brewer at My Name Is Not Bob.
“Trail Winding” by Robbie Pruitt.
“C.H. Sisson” by D.S. Martin at Kingdom Poets.
“Diagnosis” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.
“Theatrics” by Chris Galford at The Waking Den.
“A soft place to land, somewhere off the inner state” by Brian Miller at WayStationOne.
Paintings and Photographs
“Six Photos of Doors/Openings” by Lambert at Le Blog.
”Corner Stop” by Steve Gravano at Take a Look Around.
“Winter” by Nancy Rosback at A Little Somethin’.
“Praying Through Lent – 14” by Diane Walker at Contemplative Photography.
“The First Croci” by Timothy Good at Photography by Tiwago.
“Fingertipping the Moon” by Susan Etole at Just…A Moment.
“The Poet: Justice” by Sara Barkat for TweetSpeak Poetry.
Videos and Podcasts
“Keep Calm and Carry On” by Barter Books.
Photograph: Twig tree in spring by Jiri Hodan via Public Domain Pictures. Used with permission.
Just watched the video about the "Keep Calm and Carry On" posters. That absolutely made my day. It is so thoroughly British!
See!!! I have to comment before I read and view your list because... I get lost in wonder if I start reading and seeing first!
All good. All good. (on my pilgrim's retreat, doors are one of the metaphors we work with-- love Lambert's doors.)
Thanks for the mention.
one sign at a time
Thank you for mentioning my poem. Walt sent me a lovely note about it. I had to write it to get over the shock I always experience when I learn that another friend has cancer.
Ya know, it takes more than one cuppa coffee to get through this list.
Thanks for including my side o' fries & fish tales.
So much gift here ... thank you.
Thank you for the mention here, Glynn. You are a gift.
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