Category Archives: The Arts

The Veil Is Thin Tonight

This poem originally appeared on the Diary of an Arts Farmer. www.diaryofanartsfarmer.com *** The veil Between heaven And earth Is thin Tonight And You My sweet Love Are most alluring Evasively intoxicating Stretched out Upon the horizon In rapturous Beguiling … Continue reading

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When I Let The Bucket Down

When I let the bucket down Far into my heart To draw words of life That could anoint your skin An adorn your hair With the sweet, exotic fragrance And sun-kissed rivulets Of love and praise Befitting one so pure … Continue reading

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The Wonder Of An Arts Farm Retreat

This past weekend, six of us Arts Farmers packed up, said “so long” to the hustle and bustle of the big city and headed west to the mountains for the weekend. Sharing food, stories, laughs, games, long walks and many … Continue reading

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She Has A Name

Exposing the wounds inflicted upon generations of young people trapped within the brutal, degrading sub-culture of human trafficking is “She Has A Name”, premiering February 23, 2011. Written by Alberta playwright, Andrew Kooman and produced by my good friends, at … Continue reading

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