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The world is always personal — for South Sudan

When my mother was dying, South Sudan, the world’s newest nation was just being born. She and I talked about places she could ask people to send money, instead of memorial flowers or “wherever you want,” which sounds like it … Continue reading

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Remembering Tuck Gilbert

  Chandler W. Gilbert — Born Sept. 18, 1926 on the Tuck-Wo, a British river steamer, Yangtze River, China, Died May 15, 2018, Peterborough, New Hampshire My friend Chandler Gilbert died. Most people called him “Tuck.” There are so many … Continue reading

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Remembering Iva — guest post Stephen Price

Often I share the poetry of my friend Stephen Price, but usually because it is political. This portrait of beauty is something else. We can all remember Iva and live in the racing water and sunlight better because of her. … Continue reading

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