Author Archives: Nanci Bern

Blessed Samhain

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Heartwork

  In recognition of World Aides Day, the following poem was written about John Fletcher Harris who lived in NYC. He died 25 ears ago today. Dec. 5, 1990. I took care of him in the hospital the last month … Continue reading

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Draped in Time

Here is the original posting of my column- An A-musing Life- in Vermont Views- a great online magazine http://www.vermontviews.org/vermontviews.org/An_A-musing_Life.html                                                              Draped in Time The trees begin to rustle. I change the ringtone on my phone to the Bewitched theme. Their … Continue reading

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A Penne for Your Thoughts

Here is the original posting of my column- a great online magazine http://www.vermontviews.org/vermontviews.org/An_A-musing_Life.html                                                   A Penne for Your Thoughts Oh great bowl of pasta that shines like a buttery heaven. It glistens with abandon. Little sparks of sunlight cheese roam … Continue reading

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Oh, There Is

Oh, there is this touch that is so ingrained. Every line a familiar path, woodsy crevices, lush coolness deepened by time. I reach toward you from a natural habit. You, my refuge. The breath of your spirit forms a canopy … Continue reading

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Matrix…Nine…Words…Eleven

Are they now just two words that have become one, Like a sigil that’s power has been left to decay. Are they now just two numbers divided by a line, like a before and after ad for something that will … Continue reading

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