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About cjprincepoet

I write. I read. I write and read...I listen to raindrops on begonias, talk to ravens, dance with dragons. I practice Tai Chi in a barn, I sleep with earth stones and tarot cards. I celebrate each day. Join me!

Control

  Control After Kay Ryan   Say when a blizzard cannot make your nostril hairs more frozen or it is always 67.4 miles to town no matter the season whether you lean forward over the steering wheel or try to … Continue reading

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Where Earthworms Wait

I could no longer read in those days of the impossible as the disease leaked through his body like a sieve. The journeys south to Seattle, the trips north across the border to British Columbia for some non-FDA approved harsh … Continue reading

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Oh, Gosh, your TV is hacked

Such a hubbub today.  Shock and outrage over an old story, perhaps dismissed by purveyors of fake news.  Shift the focus.  Wag the dog. Glenn Greenwald told the whole story some time ago after intense, cautious and responsible journalism. I … Continue reading

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Hands Pull Together

    Left over right, not too tight. Hands strong. Together we weave our rope. Let us tether the present to the future, feet firmly on the safety of the past. We are responsible for Peace. C.J. Prince ©2017

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Resister or Resistor?

Words and spelling catch my eye.  What am I?  What words do I use to express current feelings and explorations?  I see the word “resistor” on social media and it looks wrong.  I went to several dictionaries. resistor [ri-zis-ter] noun, … Continue reading

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Soul of the Northwest

  Big leaf maple,  Acer macrophyllum, leaves shine sugar coated. Alive in a hundred shades of green, I am the Northwest, soul of the planet. Catch a raindrop. Tip your chin up. Drink sky water. Splash into the lake. Mystery lies … Continue reading

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