In the Same Place

Poems of Place

By N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

Photographs by Richard Lewis

In the Same Place

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  • Publication Date: 4/14/2016
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In the Same Place

Poems of Place

By N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

Photographs by Richard Lewis

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About-

Space and time are not just terms and functions of the bigger/larger objects in our lives, but intricately woven into the cells that make up our spleen and the neurotransmitters that carry our sense of truth and integrity (or some other thing that carries that--which we have not yet figured out how to find or name just yet). The mercurial and hermetic principle that everything above operates on similar principles as the things below (inside as well as outside) holds true in this conversation, as we might expect.
We impact where we are--in space and in time. Where we are in space and time impacts us as well. From a distance or a different vantage point, none of this seems true. Close up, and at other places, all of this seems true. This is what we can sustain when we are growing.
All of this being said, I suppose the journey this collection is meant to set us on is the journey of exploration to see how we are woven into and among the where and when of who and what we are. Push and test the connections and the spaces in between to see how the one is or is not showing itself to be the other. Get a sense of what influences, and in which direction.

Contributors-

N. Thomas Johnson-Medland
Richard Lewis

Bio(s)-

N. Thomas Johnson-Medland is Director of BAYADA Hospice in East Stroudsburg, PA. He is the author of Bathed in Abrasion, Bridges, Paths, and Waters; Dirt, Sky, and Mountains, Cairn-Space, Entering the Stream, Along the Road, From the Belly of the Whale, Danse Macabre, Feed My Sheep; Lead My Sheep, Windows and Doors, For the Beauty of the Earth, Duende, and Turning Within. He lives in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania with his wife, Glinda, and two sons, Zachary Aidan and Josiah Gabriel.

Richard Lewis is an award-winning professional photographer whose passion is fine art landscape photography. He is also the owner of Burlington Press, a web design and marketing firm in Burlington, NJ. He and his wife, Vivian, live in the New Jersey Pine Barrens and have raised three grown children, Allison, Elliot, and Greg. His photography is available to view on his website www.richardlewisphotography.com.

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