Yes, this poetry was first posted here in September 2010, but these women insisted on being heard again and are not easy to refuse. The art is new this time — and is linked to an article in “The Mirror of Isis.” we are the women who squatted in the fields who birthed our babies and anointed ourselves with a splash of impure water we are the ones who folded the tents, filled alabaster jars gathered the oxen, the oils, […]
The experience of divine, ecstatic union within each of us has long captivated me. Now, this healing at individual, spiritual, emotional, and social/cultural levels, seems to carry more import than ever before. I’m going to offer up once again my unpublished manuscript, “Making Love to God,” for those who may now be especially drawn to this material. The eight-part work has its own Category in the Archives link in the right-hand sidebar, if you wish to jump ahead. You […]
Categories: body mind & spirit, inspiration, love, making love to god, prose poetry, spirituality, transformation • Tags: divine feminine, divine masculine, divine union, ecstatic union, mysticism, spiritual relationship
I wrote “How the Men Want to Fly!” more than a decade ago, and every so often it asks to come into the light of day — to honor the men who struggle mightily with the notion of what it means to be strong and manly and vulnerable and free. This one’s for you, guys, as well as for your own Inner Divine Feminine and the Inner Divine Masculine that lives within every female body. Sorry, I lost track of […]
If you’re still trying to convince yourself, friends or family of the significance of this election, you might want to revisit these posts. This is not typical political fodder, but neither are we in the midst of typical times. A friend and I joined 45,000 others a few days ago to hear Senator Barack Obama speak in Fort Collins, Colorado. To say it was an exhilarating and enlightening experience is an epic understatement! June 9, 2008: can i talk about […]
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