Monthly Archives: September 2016

What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Never meant to return, which is not to say I didn’t have dreams about the redwoods with their fragrant pine needles or the Pacific Ocean. Sometimes you can appreciate a good thing and still have too much of it— Never considered that … Continue reading

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Mortal, New Book by Lenore Weiss

My poetry collection, Mortal, the third in a trilogy of books about grief and love, has been published by Black Cat Moon Press. To order books, open links below.  (Books will also become available on Barnes and Noble and listed in … Continue reading

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Camp of the Sacred Stones

We drive to Sacred Stone Camp SUVS, trucks, pick-ups from four directions, stand by the sacred medicine rock, touch the side of the mineral’s flank, watch land and water in the Cannon Ball River turn red with blood, an open … Continue reading

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My Avatar

For the first time in years I could see the veins on leaves and recognize moles on faces, which was worth wearing a patch and completing a regimen of eye drops, except at the end, the doctors decided to find … Continue reading

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