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Executive lost in a field of green grass

72 hours after his car ran out of gas, the executive found his financial savvy did little to help him find something to eat. The field of green grass stretching on and on, the flies following him with their droning … Continue reading

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Another Autumn

A tired cowboy drifts through our American psyche.

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The Blacksmith Courted Me

“The silver, gold and iron that lies sleeping in your veins could form such beautiful things in my hands…” The Blacksmith courted me, and as his leather apron turned into a tie, and his hammer fell fallow to the floor, … Continue reading

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Passing on to birds, the crow is a famous fetish or totem.  It personifies in Hindu tradition the soul of the dead man; to give food to the crows, known in Northern India as Kigaur, is equivalent to offering food … Continue reading

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The Leatherneck Clan and the Black Sea Men: Building a Mythology Generator for the Sustainability Age

Co-Authors: Willi Paul and David Metcalfe, with ideas from the Think Green LinkedIn Group Picture Source Outline: i. Primer I. Introduction by David Metcalfe II. Selected LinkedIn and other contributions III. Examples of related Stories, Songs, Symbols, Spirits? IV. Search … Continue reading

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