Table of Contents | 17 March 2003
Aching from the labor of Creation, Mother Ge rested in the garden that would be Britain. There her children petitioned her.
These worms were called leeches because they were used extensively by Anglo-Saxon physicians. (The word for "doctor" in Old English is læce. )
Each particle a Basho frog slipping into / the pond, to the surface of / perception—plop, splash, again . . . / and again.
Following the death in 1998 of my beloved cousin, Oedipa Maas, I came into possession of certain effects of the late Timothy Archer, at one time Bishop of San Francisco.
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