Clear Horizon

photo by Lydia McClintock   Here are the lyrics to a song by Jan Harmon.  It is sung as a round, and was recorded by Libana:     Winter calls a clear horizon Like the sea calls to the port Like the sky calls to the desert Like the love calls to the heart.   <a href=””>Horizon</a&gt;

I am not forlorn today

Because I have found that Panoply magazine is a WordPress address! On this very cold January day, Panoply has published a summer poem of mine: “In the Heaven of Hopscotch” In the Heaven of Hopscotch – Anne Higgins   I hope you can work the link and visit the ezine itself.     <a href=””>Forlorn</a&gt;

The religious imagineer

Where the fire and the rose are one

Gaudium et Spes 22

by Dr. Larry Chapp

Tikorangi The Jury Garden

Mark and Abbie Jury

I Love To Go A Gardening

Growing Our Life in Northern Michigan

Wonders in the Dark

Cinema, music, opera, books, television, theater

Morse, Lewis and Endeavour

Welcome to the Morse Universe

Shades of My Garden

a window into a life, a conversation with a soul, a gateway to a heart

Slouching Towards Senescence

Aging woman reads, steeps tea, feeds cats and is ridiculous.....

Gather Victoria


Kate Macdonald

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The Lore of the Garden

Myths, legends, folklore, fairytales about flora, fauna and sacred landscapes


Dominican Preaching through Word and Image

My little corner of the world.

Faith, love, and listening to the language of the world.


meandering through, writing about whatever strikes my fancy

“But I ask myself, What must I do to make my life a true story?”

Jeffrey Levine

poetry, publishing, and mentoring

Creative Spiritual Directions

... reflections to inspire creative spiritual directions ... ... . . . .