Category Archives: May Sarton

Without Darkness, Without Light…An Invocation to Kali

Kali, be with us. Violence, destruction, receive our homage. Help us to bring darkness into the light, To lift out the pain, the anger, Where it can be seen for what it is— The balance-wheel for our vulnerable, aching love. … Continue reading

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Half the world is feminine—

Half the world is feminine—why is there [still] resentment at female-oriented art? No one asked The Tale of Genji to be masculine! Women certainly learn a lot from books oriented toward a masculine world. Why is it not the reverse … Continue reading

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“Put Me in the Bath! Put Me in the Bath!” On Children & Rage

Please, don’t let them scream and roll. Teach your child to deal and control. …/On a rainy winter day …/…when I was two years old, I was taken out in my white fur coat. I became fascinated by a bowl … Continue reading

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