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added on 14/09/2012 by: abby lee smith
Very Simple Very Easy Very Good, (VSVEVG) is about the shared life of artist and writer, Abby Smith and camposino and mezcalero, Felipe Pita Cruz in rural Mexico. This blog is about what it's like to live in the campo (country living en espanol), and our milagros and mishaps on the road to self sustainability.
 tags: animal husbandry, art, gardening-foraging, self-sustainablity, writing
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Go Napowrimo Poets!!  Posted on 04/15/2014
A little inspiration for the Napowrimo poets, and anyone who enjoys a great poem. I recite Raven’s Hiding in a Shoe, by Robert Bly. Go Team! You’re half way through! You can do it! Yes…a thousand times.
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I recite Envoy by Jane Hirschfield  Posted on 04/08/2014
I love that there is such a thing as National Poetry Month:) Salud to all those participating in Napowrimo, may your muses be industrious! Because I am back in Mexico in a remote area, I must use a link to get you to my video. I hope you...
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Miracle Glass Co.  Posted on 03/16/2014
For week 11 of my year long recitation project I recite a poem by Charles Simic. Miracle Glass is a perfect poem; a poet seeing exactly and sharing it simply.
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The Harbormaster by Frank O’Hara  Posted on 03/11/2014
I’m a bit behind in my posting because I’m on a visa run. I must return to the U.S. every six months. This is last weeks poem. I will be in the states for the next two weeks and look forward to catching up with my blogging...
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Revisions  Posted on 03/03/2014
Last year, when I participated in Napowrimo, I worried I wouldn’t be able to write a poem in a day. And as it turned out I could …and couldn’t. This poem, Husband, recited for Felipe on Valentine’s day was written...
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The Great Cesar Vallejo  Posted on 03/03/2014
I recite Piedra Negro Sobre una Peidra Blanca por Cesar Vallejo. And the translation Black Stone Lying on a White Stone translation by Robert Bly.
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  • Bertha05
    Bertha05 19 September 2012 03:01:34

    Jajajaj it is good to know how you guys are getting involved in good and simple but important things We, Mexicans have in our hometown! ¡Gracias por recordarnoslo! porque a veces quieren que lo olvidemos

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