27 comments on “Turning Point

  1. ‘pressed and kneaded and / pulled into verse shaped / by confident words’ . . . Very Very nice . . . Especially to a poet who loves baking bread nearly as much as softly singing painful songs . . .

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  2. I can’t think of the word I want to describe this–but it’s like a monument, a tribute to the power of choice we all have in adversity. We can wallow, or we can create enduring masterpieces which inspire the greatness in others. In bull riders’ language, you’ve “cowboyed up”–and when we do that, we’re always winners.

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