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May 13
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Poetry Space, Early 2019

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After a considerable absence, we are delighted to offer a new edition of Poetry Space. This edition includes both previously submitted work, and some more recently submitted pieces. We invite all of our readers to submit their work. To submit, simply email your work to [email protected]. Please include your poems in the body of the email (no more than 3 poems per submission please), and please include your name and where you live; if you prefer to submit anonymously, that’s perfectly fine

In difficult times, perhaps poetry can offer a fresh expression for that which is difficult to bear. May this be of benefit… Continue…

Entries filed under Arts and Poetry


Goodbye

A poem by Bob Huber Today i burned them. Piled dead rose branches Over charcoal. Softly tore up those farewells From Roland, Menty, Bobbi, Joan And a hundred others And placed them in the flames: The Job I loved The Work I did These people, In That Life Goodbye, i loved You On September 2, 2010, I said goodbye ... continue
Posted February 7, 2011 by Bob
Tonglen Tango

Tonglen Tango – HIGHLIGHT

Medium of the breath – tonglen tango a poem by Kunga Dawa LISTEN: medium-of-the-breath-tonglen-tango Alright, I’ll write, not words reflected on but starbursts of radiant light from nowhere, the deepest inner space. It’s neither here nor there, it’s everywhere, its messenger the bright green hummingbird with scarlet throat sipping from red geranium ... continue
Posted January 20, 2011 by
A Voice Like Honey on Toast

A Voice Like Honey on Toast – HIGHLIGHT

A music review, by Acharya David Schneider. B his name is Bene and he’s a Buddhist. He lives in Berlin and plays in a band. He plays beautiful keyboards in a number of bands, actually, and teaches and produces and cobbles together a living the way most ... continue
Posted July 25, 2010 by
Kimonos and Watercolors Galore at Konchok Art Auction

Kimonos and Watercolors Galore at Konchok Art Auction – HIGHLIGHT

Brocade kimonos for $40. Are you kidding? Well, not for long. A dark blue and gold women’s kimono that started at $40 now hovers at $55, and soon may climb higher. Online art auctions are a fickle affair. One moment you have a bargain on your ... continue
Posted July 8, 2010 by
Yes: Express Your Everything

Yes: Express Your Everything – HIGHLIGHT

A One-Woman Play by Cynthia Kneen Photos courtesy of Jennifer Holder Before leaving for South Africa, I had been writing and performing a one-woman show as part of an underground theater group. A week before I left home, I wrote something new called YES. It is fiction, ... continue
Posted June 23, 2010 by
Amending Ratna Aspiration

Amending Ratna Aspiration – HIGHLIGHT

Invoking Money to Wash Debt Clean ~ in the playful manner of our lineage of poets. Primordial Rigden, Shiwa Okar of the Basically Good, Gesar Norbu Dradul, commander of fearless troops King Ashoka of generous riches, Milarepa, conqueror of karma… To you I offer clouds of love and devotion. Come ... continue
Posted June 19, 2010 by Jennifer Holder
A Story: Little Girl Wishes

A Story: Little Girl Wishes – HIGHLIGHT

By Lois Lungta Part of the ongoing blog kept by Jennifer Holder, titled Tracking Jewels. The exact date of this composition is unknown. ~ ^ ~ I bought this leather-bound journal this winter to honor many things: the significance of this moment in my life as choice ... continue
Posted June 12, 2010 by Jennifer Holder
Water of Life, Darkening Gulf, Part 2 Oil Spill

Water of Life, Darkening Gulf, Part 2 Oil Spill – HIGHLIGHT

By Bill Scheffel I am now in the third day of a twenty-day trip and writing from the twenty-eighth floor of a Chicago hotel. I was invited here over a year ago to attend the wedding of a friend and former student. A little over a week ago, ... continue
Posted May 28, 2010 by
Water of Life, Darkening Gulf, Part 1 Water

Water of Life, Darkening Gulf, Part 1 Water – HIGHLIGHT

WATER By Bill Scheffel In 2004 I began a mode of life that is still occurring, one of travel (a mode which occurs even if travel is only to the mailbox) and one in which I felt I was becoming the “experiment of my own art.” Beginning that ... continue
Posted May 27, 2010 by
Sweet Children Of Tibet

Sweet Children Of Tibet – HIGHLIGHT

Sweet Children Of Tibet (Goodnight) By Andrée Stolte Sweet children of Tibet, goodnight sleep lovely dear little ones as white feathered wing sweeps over your exquisite dusty faces, silent eyes continue
Posted May 18, 2010 by
Band on Tour: Here We Go Magic

Band on Tour: Here We Go Magic – HIGHLIGHT

Kristina Lieberson, daughter of Shambhalians Ellen Kearney and Peter Lieberson is on a 7-month tour of North America and Europe with the band Here We Go Magic. The band was named one of Brooklyn’s “Top Forty” in New York Magazine. They will be appearing in many ... continue
Posted March 16, 2010 by
"Tulku" the Movie on DVD

“Tulku” the Movie on DVD – HIGHLIGHT

From the column Shambhala at the Movies by Angela Pressburger Gesar Mukpo’s intimate and honest exploration of what it means to grow up as a tulku in the west today is released on DVD just in time for the Year of the Tiger. TULKU, 2009, Canada, 75 ... continue
Posted March 3, 2010 by
Lhadrima: Part Four of a Painter's Journey

Lhadrima: Part Four of a Painter’s Journey – HIGHLIGHT

A Western Woman’s Journey as Painter of the Lha: The Noble Conquerors. Click here for PART THREE in the Lhadrima series. By Cynthia Moku Looking back once again to 1974 when I watched Glen Eddy demonstrate the technique of brush-line drawing, I saw that within this ... continue
Posted March 1, 2010 by
Lhadrima: Part Three of a Painter's Journey

Lhadrima: Part Three of a Painter’s Journey – HIGHLIGHT

A Western Woman’s Journey as Painter of the Lha: The Noble Conquerors. Click here for PART TWO in the Lhadrima series. By Cynthia Moku Painting the images of the buddhas and the bodhisattvas can become a skillful method when coupled with the path of ... continue
Posted February 28, 2010 by
Lhadrima: Part Two of a Painter's Journey

Lhadrima: Part Two of a Painter’s Journey – HIGHLIGHT

A Western Woman’s Journey as Painter of the Lha: The Noble Conquerors. Click here for PART ONE in the Lhadrima series By Cynthia Moku Drawings and preliminary sketches of the buddhas, bodhisattvas, yidams, protectors and historical emanations form a large part of my process in painting a ... continue
Posted February 27, 2010 by

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