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The Metaphysical Circus…

The Tao is like a well: used but never used up. It is like the eternal void: filled with infinite possibilities.It is hidden but always present. I don’t know who gave birth to it. It is older than God. The Metaphysical Circus…This is perhaps the last posting this year to Turfing. It has been a year where Turfing reached an apex of daily post, to going to one or two (sometimes more or less) a week. As I got going…

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The Coming of the Sun….

On The Music Box: Zakir Hussain – Music of the Deserts Even that old horse is something to see this snow-covered morning -BashoOn The Menu: Giving Thanks Holly King and Oak King Poetry For The Winter Solstice… Assorted Art & Photographs___________Giving Thanks…This is the time of the year that I find quite to be just so wonderful… Fire time, darkness, family and friends. This has been a great year. The tide has turned in many arenas in the world. From…

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Running On Empty?

This is one of the vitrified hill forts up in the Highlands of Scotland. There has never been an adequate explanation how the stone was vitrified… given the supposed technologies of the past… One of those mysteries!On The Menu: Thoughts Leading Up To The Solstice… The Links Running On Empty? Andy M. Stewart – Robert Burn’s ‘A Red, Red Rose Lyrical Poetry Of Silly Wizard…Bright Blessings,Gwyllm _________ You can now get your own printed copy of The Third Edition of…

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Invisible College Print Release!

http://stores.lulu.com/Gwyllm We are happy to announce that The Invisible College 3rd Edition Magazine has finally been released in printed format!After much gnashing of teeth and incredibly long correspondences with LuLu.com, The Invisible College 3rd Edition is now available for purchase. It contains 104 pages, full colour… (It is a POD – print on demand publication)If you get a chance you can check out the web version of The Invisible College here: Web Editions – Invisible College This version differs, in…

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On The Cusp

The Cantelope…Side by side in the crowded streets, Amid its ebb and flow, We walked together one autumn morn; (‘Twas many years ago!)The markets blushed with fruits and flowers; (Both Memory and Hope!) You stopped and bought me at the stall, A spicy cantelope.We drained together its honeyed wine, We cast the seeds away; I slipped and fell on the moony rinds, And you took me home in a dray!The honeyed wine of your love is drained; I limp from…

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The Hasheesh Eaters….

Thursday in the Great North Wetness… Rained again last night, I thought our Basement would start leaking again it was pounding sooooo much. Supposedly the great i-5 will be opened this evening, though I wonder about the mud etc. The coast is still a huge mess. It could be food-drops etc. in the next couple of daze…Watched a great little film outa Canada last night: “Snow Cake”, Recommended. Alan Rickman, Sigourney Weaver, Carrie-Ann Moss and a cast of very tweaked…

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Sleep And Poetry

Sleep and Poetry – John Keats «As I lay in my bed slepe full unmete Was unto me, but why that I ne might Rest I ne wist, for there n’as erthly wight [As I suppose] had more of hertis ese Than I, for I n’ad sicknesse nor disese.» CHAUCER. WHAT is more gentle than a wind in summer? What is more soothing than the pretty hummer That stays one moment in an open flower, And buzzes cheerily from bower…

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Songs From The Wood….

This is the time of year when nature presses us, reminding that it is the real presence, and the true force in the world. 10 inches of rain up here in Portland and Seattle, with some fantastic winds on the coast…My Brother-in-Law Peter sent me a video of his yard, up in Olympia with a new stream running through it. you can view it here:Peter’s Flood Lands… I-5 is shut down with the floods across it. Wild times in the…

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