Hold on to this moment this darkness, this grief this new uncharted place this reflection where there is no light. Is this the loss of a parent? the death of a child, a suicide, a life with AIDS? Is it cancer? No, and it could never compare. Those moments are the anchors reminding us that […]

I started this post with the intention of writing about Teddy Roosevelt and the word/phrase “bully!” I figured that would be a creative way to address some of the double standards in this disgusting election process. Then the final debate happened. Clinton, who is far from perfect (but remember Obama opposed same-sex marriage and had ties to the […]

  In the world he has built for himself, the presumptive Republican Nominee for President of the United States has never had to think about or navigate his own racial identity. Growing up in privilege, schooled in a regimented, segregated environment and being sent into the world with a blessing and bank account, there was […]

  Such pretty eyes big, limpid pools that seem both vulnerable and searching I could actually stare at them forever. Well…. Yes, pretty eyes… and I wonder what the world looks like looking out of those big baby blues? looking past the black and brown people who are all looking at him for a clue […]

I am thrilled to share with you all the publication of my first collection of poetry/meditations for the Unitarian Universalist Association and Skinner House Books.  There are many people to thank for making this happen, and I will try to capture a few of them here.  Thank you Mary Benard and the Skinner House board […]