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Coffee Talk #38 - Shared screen with speaker view
Debra Revere
36:15
first chat Seattle
Sue Fagalde Lick
36:21
Zooming from Newport, Oregon, big fan of Coffee Talk.
Judith Borenin
36:26
port townsend, washington - hello everyone!
Liz Prato (she/her)
36:45
Liz Prato in Portland, OR
Dianne Wade
37:00
First coffee talk Portland
Chelsea Biondolillo
37:06
Estacada, OR
Dede Montgomery
37:10
Dede Montgomery normally in West Linn but tonight a motel near Big Fork MT
Terah Van Dusen
37:15
Walton, Oregon (the half-way point between Eugene and the Oregon Coast at Florence)
Stephanie Silenti (she/her)
37:19
Hillsboro, Oregon, I've lost track, maybe 12th...14th?
Tai
37:22
6th-ish? Portland
Kate
37:54
Kate Dreyfus, in Portland, have been to several Coffee Talks, am lying on a couch recovering from back surgery so have camera off.
Sheila Bender
38:15
Sheila Bender Port Townsend, WA
anne richardson
38:16
anne richardson, lake oswego. many many coffee talks
Jaruska Solyova
39:08
Namaste every-body! My first Coffee talk - invited by Clare Simons. Zooming from La Jolla ( S.Diego/CA. Please, pardon my camera will be off most of the time - I am cooking and have to get up many times which could be disturbing. I feel privileged to be part of this Sangha!
melissahandler
39:19
hello from Seattle! I have had pleasure of joining 4 or more of coffee talks. Thanks you, Anne and your beautiful team.
Sue
40:53
Sue Moshofsky, Portland... happy to listen to tonight's writers and their beautiful words. Have attended several C & G sessions, but not nearly enough- the readings are always so powerful. Thank you, Annie and Scot (and Maria)!
anne richardson
46:08
I don't know if he wishes much…
Sheila Bender
47:31
how much you capture in these short pieces
anne richardson
48:49
he left a gaping hole
Sophie
49:15
Wow, such powerful writing. Thank you for sharing.
Georgianna
49:40
Thank you Liz!
anne richardson
49:53
so powerful. each word is wow! thank you liz
iPhone
49:57
Wow! So powerful and visceral! Thank you!
Sue
50:23
Thank you, Liz. Still swirling in the vivid imagery and worlds evoked in your words.
melissahandler
52:10
who lives on the other side of my grief.
anne richardson
52:10
that corkscew willow…
melissahandler
52:39
once he…
Liz Prato (she/her)
53:02
love that repetition, of being stuck in a moment that lasts forever
anne richardson
53:18
broken into before and after
melissahandler
54:01
It is good to conjure you
anne richardson
54:33
cannot clean or declutter grief
Sue
54:37
You cannot clean or declutter grief
melissahandler
54:48
you cannot clean or declutter grief
anne richardson
55:35
why isn't my son…
melissahandler
55:55
mom, mom…
Georgianna
56:38
mold that forms on memories
Sophie
57:35
The feeling of grief is so real in your writing.
melissahandler
57:36
In this season that comes round again…
Sue Fagalde Lick
57:53
Beautiful poems, Sheila.
Georgianna
57:59
Thank you Sheila!
Kate
58:11
Thank you!
Sue
58:22
Exquisitely beautiful writing, Sheila. Thank you
anne richardson
58:31
beauitful, oh my heart.thank you
Kate
58:33
And than you Liz!
melissahandler
58:56
Beautiful poems from the heart. Thank you, Sheila.
Jaruska Solyova
59:04
Liz & Sheila, thank you for sharing your heart!
Terah Van Dusen
59:14
*tears*
anne richardson
01:00:15
my only…
Sheila Bender
01:02:57
not too soon , window visits, and yet we are lucky
melissahandler
01:03:02
I miss her, this mother of mine.
anne richardson
01:03:26
sang barges flickering lights
anne richardson
01:03:53
126 subsequent nights
Terah Van Dusen
01:04:20
watchful leaps at the end
melissahandler
01:05:22
My word is gratitude. Thank you.
anne richardson
01:05:23
my word is gratitude. thank you so much Dede.
Dede Montgomery
01:05:45
Thank you for letting me share with you all.
iPhone
01:05:50
Beautiful and heartfelt. Thank you.
Liz Prato (she/her)
01:05:58
<3
Kate
01:06:07
Thank you Dede.
Georgianna
01:06:11
Thank you Dede!
Sophie
01:06:11
So hard to loose parents. Thank you Dede for sharing.
Liz Prato (she/her)
01:07:32
$62
anne richardson
01:07:54
wedding band from Jerry’s pawn shop
anne richardson
01:08:23
floss, of course
anne richardson
01:11:25
great empires fell
anne richardson
01:13:07
a social worker was summoned to contain me.
Sue Fagalde Lick
01:13:14
That was amazing.
anne richardson
01:13:17
oh so powerful…thank you!
Sophie
01:13:32
You've captured an overwhelming, impending loss. Beautifully written!
Dede Montgomery
01:13:33
Eager for your memoir, Claire. Thank you.
iPhone
01:13:54
A social worker was summoned to contain me. Oof. Stunning.
Sheila Bender
01:14:23
What a beautiful voice! Thank you, Clare.
anne richardson
01:16:03
my mother in the shape of a star
melissahandler
01:16:27
My mother standing in the shape of a star.
anne richardson
01:16:42
Charlie was our secret…
melissahandler
01:17:14
who fed Charlie after that
anne richardson
01:18:35
we named it "crowey”
Sheila Bender
01:18:48
I love the short form and your pieces say so much in short spaces—cruel actions of a parent, confusion of a young child, confusions that last a lifetime
anne richardson
01:20:39
i'm afraid i’ll always stare
Dede Montgomery
01:20:50
Love the forms and selection you shared, Chelsea. Thank you.
melissahandler
01:20:50
Thank you, Chelsea
Kate
01:21:00
Thanks Chelsea!
Michael Krasik & Nancy Geiger
01:21:11
Thank you readers.
iPhone
01:21:13
Gah, Chelsea, sooo good!
anne richardson
01:21:20
Chelsea, you say so much about, well so much. Loved your pieces.
patricia hume
01:21:29
Thank you..lovely
melissahandler
01:21:32
Thanks you Anne and all!
Jaruska Solyova
01:21:39
THANK YOU FROM MY HEART!!!
Debra Revere
01:21:42
thank you all!
Sophie
01:21:52
Fascinating connection from animals to feelings.
Dede Montgomery
01:22:07
Thank you everyone!
Stephanie Silenti (she/her)
01:22:49
💜💜💜
Annie
01:22:56
Thank you All!!!
Sophie
01:23:08
Thank you!