Posts Tagged ‘mary oliver’

How To Unlearn Patterns

08/14/2012  |  6 Comments

I am a series of stories and stories and stories I tell myself and others secret truths and whole-hearted lies until they are more... more

What I Read (For Cheryl)

07/24/2011  |  No Comments

Cheryl's memorial was yesterday. More than two hundred people attended, brought food, and comforted each other, and fifteen people read... more

Here is a story / to break your heart.

10/06/2010  |  3 Comments

I'm still working on more essays and ideas and thoughts in response to the recent gay suicides. My weekly column... more

Define: Outsider Complex

07/29/2010  |  14 Comments

"I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in darkness the astonishing light of your own being."... more

box of darkness

08/18/2008  |  2 Comments

The Uses of Sorrow (In my sleep I dreamed this poem) Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took... more

Choice feminism & compulsory gender roles

08/01/2008  |  17 Comments

Lady Brett has a new post over at her fabulous blog Don't Let's Talk about feminism and housewifery, and I... more

“you do not have to be good”

05/31/2007  |  1 Comment

The Poetry Thursday prompt today is on Life/Lines, which the Academy of American Poets did a collective project with and... more