Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Our friend JB is in the hospital again for another round of Interleukin-2 treatment. His last experience there wasn't particularly pleasant, and I ask all of those people who read this to send good vibes, to pray, to meditate, to do whatever you can do to send healing energy his way as he lays in the hospital receiving medications.

We love you JB and Jason and hope to see you soon.

"Outside, the freezing desert night.
This other night inside grows warm, kindling.
Let the landscape be covered with thorny crust.
We have a soft garden in here.
The continents blasted,
cities and little towns, everything
become a scorched, blackened ball.

The news we hear is full of grief for that future,
but the real news inside here
is there's no news at all.


Friend, our closeness is this:
anywhere you put your feet, feel me
in the firmness under you.

How is it with this love,
I see your world and not you?


Listen to presences inside poems,
Let them take you where they will.

Follow those private hints,
and never leave the premises."



preacherman said...

I love this post and your blog.
I hope you had a great earth day!

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gianna said...

Hey Little Bro!
I'm so sorry to hear about your friend. Cancer stinks! We have lost a lot of Chris's family to this awful disease!

JB aka JayBee said...

Update your blog my friend, I have been out of the hospital for a while and it is SPRINGTIME!

Hooray tra-la tra-lee!

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