Good Night North America

Good Night North America

words for slumber and restful escapes

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March 20, 2020 1 min
Narrated by Iris the Barred Owl Poem by Sara Bainter We could take the earth back self sustainable bubble communities growing beans in the front lawn and buying thyme with electric dirt bike rides Why can’t we thrive on drinking lemongrass tea from mom’s potted plant garden cured at 200 degrees it sounds like a dream one that could easily become reality but we’re addicted to subsidies bonanzas and glass ceilings addictions we would...
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Narrated by James Poem by James Wolner A Sonnet To tell the things these eyes of life have seen Through fifty-two apple-colored autumns and summers and winters and growing springs Some flowers were framed, some thorns forgotten And when my sun seemed sometimes weak and done My shadow grew grey in garden gravels And wanted to run when love came undone Or retreat to remote lonesome travels But your beauty behaves with no boundaries a...
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Narrated by Iris the Barred Owl Story by James Wolner A piece of me that’s missing:  Home is ‘where the heart is,’ for some.  For one man, a native of Spokane, WA it became Taylor, North Dakota, where the heart also breaks and bleeds. Yurodivy Media  
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