Poem: “Taking Vows” – semi finalist, World Poetry Competition

Taking Vows, by Ysabeault d’Valar-Alba To open up an interval between childhood and death, Where work and play are again one. Now in the service of world as of self. Nor are love and desire antimonies either but mutual resources out of which our living flows. Then let me find, then let me be one…

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Pink Piggy Bank Benevolence Fund

You might see me around with my pink Benevolence Fund Piggy Bank.  If paypal and technology are not your thing, stop and say “hello” – and then you could also support my research and writing by putting a contribution – small or large matters not, all appreciated – into Piggy. If you don’t see me…

Why go out in the streets?

Why go out in the streets?  Here are two reasons.  The first is that whether you are in the street or in the four walls of “home” (however much that is, or isn’t), if you are poor, it’s true that you remain poor.  But, at home, your poverty is intensified by your isolation: perhaps it’s…