Category Archives: thoughts below ground

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Even the uncomfortable can be an adventure, if you understand it. Continue reading

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The Irony of Cohen’s “Hallelujah”

Sometimes we should pay attention to the words in a song. Musing upon covers of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” Continue reading

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Groan

So, it’s snowing like hell outside, on this 30th day of our mad March. Continue reading

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The Sixth

Snow coming again, they say. And after all the lovely gray rain. Fifty Shades of Spring. Continue reading

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Lo, How a Spring ere Blooming

Fourth false Spring, anyone? Reflections on that with a nod to another poet’s famous song. Continue reading

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Never-Spring

Yes, Spring pretends to visit us for the third time in 2014. How many more, O liar? Continue reading

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Second Spring, and our status as gods

HoHum: another thaw for Southeastern Ontario Continue reading

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