Friends and Poetry ....

This evening I was working on the redesign of the OpenSolaris Storage Community web site. Thanks to Paul, Deirdre (a belated welcome to the Sun clan Deirdre!) and others the new pages are really coming along. Thanks guys! But I have a short attention span and was wondering how to create a custom blog feed for all of the "interesting" storage blogs. In my searching I stopped at my Google Reader page and noticed it had been a while since I last read ANYTHING. ... ooohh something new to look at ...

I read about Claire and her decision to Seize the day. And I read 3 entries from my meteorology friend about National Poetry Month. During my schooling I hated poetry. I never understood it and I never could memorize anything. It was not until graduate school that I learned that you don't have to memorize poetry and that just listening can be very inspiring. Letting my mind drift to another place caught in the rhyme of someone else's words sounds very appealing. I think I'll be following Dave's blog this month and suggest that the kids might want to read the poems to their dear ol dad. Hopefully they can find the joy in these words earlier in life and I.

Well back to web sites and RSS readers ....

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a dream in the gloaming

a bright flash in the foamy sea

the color of a thousand sunsets

the ten thousand foot drop

the thousand league stare

the dregs of the tea

the smile of stranger

unexpected kindness

a late afternoon spread out on a blue canvas and written in wispy white clouds

Posted by poetryman69 on April 03, 2008 at 09:41 PM MDT #

Rare talent speaks loud
Humbled; Awed; Odd; Richly serve;
Community Face

Nice blog Jeff!

Posted by Dan Maslowski on April 04, 2008 at 04:58 PM MDT #

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