Tag Archives: William Stafford

Fool’s Journey #3: Wherever You Are, There Is Another Door.

Smoke Smoke’s way’s a good way– find, or be rebuffed and gone: a day and a day, the whole world home. – Smoke? Into the mountains I guess a long time ago. Once here, yes, everywhere. Say anything? No. – … Continue reading

Posted in All part of the process, Fools Journey, Other peoples words, poetry, whereever you go there you are | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

You Reading This, Be Ready

Originally posted on Paper Pencil Life:
A poem I’ve been reading on repeat. A poem I will be referring back to. (thank you, Kim Cody for sending it to me)

Posted in Other peoples words, poetry, thinking in words | Tagged , , | Leave a comment