Category Archives: Poetry

Communication in Marriage


I was thinking about how Pat and I communicated. I realized a lot of it was not in words, we often communicated with a look, touch or thought across a crowded room as in Tai Chi class. I think that … Continue reading

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In rememberance of my departed spouse


Do this in remembrance of me. Well I do many things in remembrance of my departed spouse, Patricia. I think everybody wants to be remembered. That’s why they keep dairies. I keep the house pretty much as it was before … Continue reading

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Patricia is in our place in Heaven here and now…


A garden as our place in Heaven? Why not a garden after all Adam and Eve, the Bible tells us, started out in a garden with God? Fundamentalists have been looking for that Garden ever since here on earth. I … Continue reading

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Dream or Vision?


I was dreaming in that place between sleep and awake, where I still remember dreams and where I always communicate with Patricia. What a beautiful dream! It was like a vision of Heaven and the place Patricia is preparing for … Continue reading

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You don’t have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.


I have experienced after-death contacts with Pat while awake or dreaming, via the usual senses. I can almost call these up by prayer and meditation. I become quiet and peaceful in both and that seems to bring Pat right there … Continue reading

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The Kingdom of Heaven is here and now…


“A lot of Christians … assume that the Kingdom of Heaven means the place where you go when you die — if you’ve been good. But the problem with this interpretation is that Jesus himself specifically contradicts it when he … Continue reading

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Pat’s June 1, message to me …


Often as I wake in the mornings I see the journal Pat is keeping in Heaven. “Is it real, or is it hallucination?” is not the issue; it makes no difference. For me the journal is real — answering my … Continue reading

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