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Paris

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This post, by Joanne Corey leads me to imagine hands of loving energy reaching across the sea, connecting us all to Paris and to all the places and people hurting, into a web of love.

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My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Paris in the aftermath of such horrific violence against them.

If I were at home, I would be watching what I am sure must be 24-hour television coverage, knowing that early reports are often unclear and certainly incomplete, but unable to concentrate on other matters in the face of such heart-breaking suffering.

Here at our poetry residency/workshop, we are meant to be unplugged, but I have used our internet access to read a bit of the coverage online and have decided to write this very early morning post before turning my mind back to poetry as best I can.

For months, those of us in the environmental movement have been using the word Paris as shorthand for the critical international climate summit due to convene there on November 30th. Many world leaders, including President Obama and Prime Minister Trudeau, are due…

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Christian, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again, available at amazon.com.

6 thoughts on “Paris

  1. Bonjour

    L’amitié c’est une écoute
    Qui jamais ne se permet de juger
    Elle peut tout partager nos joies, nos secrets,
    Que ce soit la nuit, le jour elle vole à notre secours
    L’amitié c’est de l’or

    Belle semaine, bise amicale

    Bernard

  2. Thank you, JoAnna, for sharing my post. I am trying to catch up on some of my backlog after the conference and so just saw the lovely response here. Continuing to send loving energy out into the world.
    JC

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