• No monument exists in the National Mall to recognize Native American vets for their service. But hopefully both sides of the aisle can work to change that.
Anyone who wanders into the wild canyons of life, eventually picks up the sandy rocks, notices the obsidian flakes, and kicks the dirt a little. This morning's poem promises to keep our eventual destination in mind, no matter what we encounter.…
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In northern New Mexico, La Bajada is the hill to remember. Down south, that honor falls to the towering heights of Emory Pass. The difference is that the road over Emory Pass has not been straightened out--and though paved, it is still steep, narrow, twisting, and perilously beautiful.
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Those familiar with Rudolfo Carrillo's work will absolutely love this new piece. As the title suggests, a marvelous, complicated trip awaits the reader. "I dreamt Orion was invisible." says the poet. So that pretty much leaves us to wander without his familiar presence. Yes, "The hunter lies…Continue