Ken’s Poetry

Meeting Grace

Meeting Grace   To light beyond the light breathe in the sight. Know who knows friends and foes shines on both. Be kind. You. I be kind, shine on both friends and foes, know who knows breathes out insight in awe beyond the light.                                                         Kenneth E. Norton January 26, 2016 – I […]

What is Constant?

        What is Constant? What is constant when I see? What is constant when I hear? What is constant when I touch? What is constant when I talk? What is constant when I taste? What is constant when I smell? What is constant when I feel? What is constant when I heal? What is constant […]

Parable of the Worm

What if we had more respect for the worm? [and so did the Gospel of John author?]                                                      Parable of the Worm In the beginning was the Worm, and the Worm was with Gardener, and the Worm was Gardener. He [who was also she] was with Gardener in the beginning. Through her all things were […]

Word

                                             Word  In the beginning was the word, the word was with God, the word was God. word is a symbol to communicate meaning among humans objectification exists with the word therefore the search back to oneself never to find as long as one seeks it in the word for the word will say here […]

Ripples of Someone

My loving partner Elaine and I went to the viewing of the documentary film Arlene Francis:  That Certain Something  at the center named after her by her son Peter Gabel.  A special treat was the pre-viewing jazz performed by the film producer Jackie Sanders with her band the Bordeaux Blues.    Jackie related in between some […]

Someone

Someone Someone, no, many  were killed for me to be here. Someone, no, many suffered indignity and rejection for me to be here. Someone, no, many, starved for me to be here. Someone, no many, were taken from their parents for me to be here. Someone, no, many, are still hurting for me to be […]

To Dad

           To Dad It is through you,  Dad, that as a lad though I felt sad or even mad that I was not all bad and could still be glad – learning from you,  Dad.                              Kenneth E. Norton [KP025, Father’s Day 6/16/2013]