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Season of Mists

This time of year, my neighbors think about fungi. Nourishing, healing, entheogenic–whatever they mean to any one person, they mean fascination to me. Of course they are intelligent. Of course they communicate, with each other, and with us. Haven’t checked … Continue reading

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Next to Promised

13 October 2015 13 Our Next-to-Promised Land Little fingers gripped my hand so tightly all last night, they left a set of tiny, bleeding-under-skin remarks. We’re born bereft of why we ever want to wake up here and see this … Continue reading

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Fading Autumn Days

This could hardly be newer. I’m not giving my self time to decide if I should post it or not! 16 September 2014 11 Fade Out of You By mountains all covered with will o’ the wisps, and little fey … Continue reading

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