Category Archives: lattice of coincidence


Vehicles and driving on the brain recently, then on the way home the aftermath of a collision on the other side of the freeway. Emergency vehicles still on scene, a lane blocked, traffic backing up behind it. Amazingly our side … Continue reading

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notes to self

Funny – not the haha kind, but the other – these showed up almost next to each other on my FB feed – the lattice of coincidence … Not sure I particularly needed to hear it that day, but always … Continue reading

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Eborn Books

Minding my own business, on my way to the Temple (well, to look at the outside, that is, since I’m not Mormon), and… BOOKS NEW, USED & RARE BOOKS with a great front window display and not that I really … Continue reading

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get over it

the one question brings up another – do we ever really get over anything? Prompting a thoughtful response from a friend – With distance (time) comes emotional distance from the hurt; we can look back on it with more perspective. … Continue reading

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the NaPoWriMo prompt was visual poetry – following right on the heels of printing from the case it all seems to go together related relative whatever you want to call it the physicality of the mark making making its mark … Continue reading

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the future is now

2015 That sure sounds like the future, doesn’t it? Heck, 2000 used to sound like a big date milestone, and here we are, 15 years past that. Despite all the Y2K hoopla, the world didn’t end back then in 2000. … Continue reading

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on visitors and/or visitations

Jeff Schwaner is one of the poets I’ve come across, or perhaps he came across me, who knows how these things happen out on the intarwebs. Anyway, I’ve been enjoying his visit from Mei Yao-ch’en, an 11th century Chinese poet, … Continue reading

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