Monthly Archives: September 2015

Your Monday Blessing: Tea Done Half Right

A few months ago the British broadsheets, with their typical rapturous national self-criticism, disclosed scientific findings that the British do not know how to make a cup of tea. Researchers from the University of Delving Into Such Things, after extensive … Continue reading

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Your Monday Blessing: Orison

The word God breathed into existence, to give it shape, was “please”. It is often heard as a command. But in the winds, one hears the sigh of the lover.

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Your Monday Blessing: On Approaching 39

I’ve failed to lose my marbles, or my weight, The twin ballast of my life’s rapid course. The string of pearls, meanwhile, is cast from freight And are spilled, one by one, into their source. The husk of memory is … Continue reading

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