What Waits the Wild Boy in the Hut?

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Oliver in the “Litz


What aura shines to

light the hut where wild-boy smiles

secure alert aware?

Definition #338 Buttocks

The Vibrant Channeled Creator


The storm
with its gray buttocks of sky squatted
over us for days.

from Sarah Freligh “What I’ve lost”

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I must ride down through the woods today…


Five Year Old Oliver tries his path


I must ride down through

the woods today; the lonely

woods  and blue sky

Owls: Owl in waiting


metallic color pencil by Jeanne


sometimes I heed my

lady’s commands; or honor

her wisdom and sight

Owls: Can an owl defy gravity?


William Faulkner said:

 in his Nobel Prize acceptance speech:

“I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance. The poet’s, the writer’s duty is to write about these things. … The poet’s voice need not merely be the record of man, it can be one of the props, the pillars to help him endure and prevail.”

He also said:

“It is my ambition to be, as a private individual, abolished and voided from history, leaving it markless, no refuse save the printed books; I wish I had had enough sense to see ahead thirty years ago and, like some of the Elizabethans, not signed them. It is my aim, and every effort bent, that the sum and history of my life, which in the same sentence is my obit and epitaph too, shall be them both: he made the books, and he died.” His obituaries, when they were written upon his death in 1962, were substantially longer. The epitaph on his grave doesn’t mention his books. It reads simply, “Belove’d/ Go With God.”

Owls: Are owls fantasy or reality?


the great  horned owl


soundless flight-eagle’s

sight-  ponderous height-  fluffed up

might-  hunter of night

Owls: Is an owl an entertainer or a see-er?


About Francis Scott Fitzgerald, his daughter said:

And his daughter, “Scottie” Fitzgerald, said about her parents, “People who live entirely by the fertility of their imaginations are fascinating, brilliant and often charming, but they should be sat next to at dinner parties, not lived with.”

He said, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function.”

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