Was That The Sound of Fairy Bells?

Found a shady pine to sit beneath and am reading The Faery Queene, passed by with my keys around my wrist with that pale green band chiming like bells, past the neighbor sitting on her front patio drinking coffee, smiled at the tiny old green book in my hands. I had a little bit of…… Continue reading Was That The Sound of Fairy Bells?

My Dream Took My Post Title and I Want to Move So This One Will Do

The blog’s been on a fairies theme and then moved to more poetry and music and Rumi (who almost got tossed off a blog post for good again today accidentally by my fast-moving fingers pressing things, but I caught it and let’s not let this happen again!) and now we have another song to puff…… Continue reading My Dream Took My Post Title and I Want to Move So This One Will Do

A Poem by Rumi I Wrote in My Pen Tonight

I added some stars. Not because I’m overjoyed with my day but because I thought you should have them. —Jade Some Kiss We Want by Rumi There is some kiss we want withour whole lives, the touch of spirit on the body. Sea waterbegs the pearl to break its shell.And the lily, how passionately it…… Continue reading A Poem by Rumi I Wrote in My Pen Tonight

I’ll Play My Own Part

The little book I wished to read and couldn’t spot on the shelves at the library yesterday I believe was called Faery Queene by Edmund Spenser, and online today, it says the book is at that library with the call number… I could place a hold online but next time I wish to, I will…… Continue reading I’ll Play My Own Part

End Note

In today’s earlier post about finishing translating the poetry book Flowers of a Dream, I thought the quote I’d originally added probably wasn’t by May, but I didn’t know for sure so I posted it anyway 😐: ”Books are the only place two strangers can meet in private.” I had written a recent post on…… Continue reading End Note