Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Speaking in Tongues

Thank you for the love you sent yesterday, as I walked down The Avenue in the Rain.

It helped, as did re-reading the Franny section of Franny and Zooey, by J.D. Salinger, and launching right into the Zooey section and talking to my sister and going to rehearsal and listening to the Prologue and the Tour Guide on the backstage monitor, where a tv screen shows the set, dimly, and all the people of Middletown as glowing, ghostly figures but somehow so very real.

Here is a new poetry feature, up today at Escape Into Life--poetry in translation, with installation art by Cedric le Borgne.

Tomorrow is Poem in Your Pocket Day, so find a poem to put in your pocket. And here is a man flying.


Maureen said...

Lovely EIL feature!

Maureen said...

Lovely EIL feature!

Kathleen said...

Thank you, Maureen.

Collagemama said...

Praying incessantly? I like the Thanks Love Wow prayer from Anne Lamott. And thanks, love, and wow for your blog.

Collagemama said...

Honk. It is really Help Thanks Wow. Love, anyhoo.

Hannah Stephenson said...

Just LOOK at those art pieces!! Amazing!

seana graham said...

I love those photos. And I have a poem to put in my pocket because in April, we print out a poem a day.

I can even share it with you, because I just found it at the Huffington Post:

Things Are Such

Things are such, that someone lifting a cup,
or watching the rain, petting a dog,
or singing, just singing -- could be doing as
much for this universe as anyone."


Kathleen said...

Thanks (for the help)! Love! And wow! To all of you.