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Week 4 posts.

Nothing but love.

Leaving Tisch after finding out my grandmother died, I was greeted by a dark and cold night, while looking at the bright white snow that was diminishing. In the Winter’s night, Wind blowing and life asleep, The snow ebbs away. … Continue reading

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( ´ゝ`) Nothingness?

Looking out my window after the evening showers had passed Tuesday evening. The melting snow glistens illuminated by a single streetlight.   “Mu” or “nothingness” in the context of Zen Buddhism appears at first glance to be self-contradictory – it … Continue reading

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The Zen of Nothingness

This week, I did not experience a lyrical moment, so I do not have a poem to post.  As a result, I feel a bit more stressed than I normally do, which could be the reason why I didn’t have … Continue reading

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Nothingness

Alma Rominger   Friday afternoon, I went to the Arnold Arboretum in Jamaica Plains and climbed all the way to the top of the hill, where I laid on a bench and became lost in the beauty of the leaves … Continue reading

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