Memorial: “For Grace” by Ernest Lowe
Ernest & Grace Lowe / 1956
A Judge wearing tennis shoes married Grace and me in his home overlooking the Pacific. That was July 14, 1956 or Bastille Day. Now in 2014—57 years later, she has died, with Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Flags waving her into the light. Here are a few of the poems I wrote for her through the years. Her deep presence in loving kindness runs through them, along with her smiles and laughter.
PLAY > “SOMEONE ELSE” BY ERNEST LOWE
PLAY > “MY LADY’S NAME” BY ERNEST LOWE
PLAY > “I AM SHE IS THE SEA” BY ERNEST LOWE
PLAY > “JELLIES” BY ERNEST LOWE
PLAY > “JUST ANOTHER SUNSET POEM” BY ERNEST LOWE
PLAY > “ONE DAY CLOSER” BY ERNEST LOWE
PLAY > “SONOMA FOG LIGHT” BY ERNEST LOWE
PLAY > “NOT HERE” BY ERNEST LOWE
READ > “FOR GRACE” BY ERNEST LOWE
Ernest Lowe has been a committed amateur photographer from junior high school on through his careers in radio and television production, transpersonal counseling, organizational design, and industrial ecology. He photographed Sri Lanka’s Perahara procession when he was working on an Asian Development Bank project on eco-industrial parks in that country.