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September 10, 2004

your hand in my pocket

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 11:40 am

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early spring walk

your hand

in my pocket

 

twilight

the words of his letter

darker and darker

 

 
                       by Roberta Beary

                       credits: “twilight: A New Resonance 2: Emerging Voices in English-Language HaikuWoodnotes #29

                       “early spring walk” snow on the water (Jim Kacian, Ed., 1998);  A Kind Neighbor (HSA Anthology, 1997) 

 









hearing her pleas

remembering

her lies

 

[Sept. 10, 2004]               

honest one-breath pundit  









  • Here’s a good review of the bar admission Character and Fitness Process (Mich. Bar Journal, by John T. Berry, June 2003)



    • And a sobering fact (cf. prior discussion here and here):
      [T]he most common reason for character and fitness denial is lack of candor to the committee,

      either by a false or misleading statement on the affidavit, or during the interview or hearing process,

      not some particular bad act.  Indeed, the committee is particularly sensitive to the applicant’s ability

      to handle and resolve any past problems and candor relating to such problems.”



    • “The types of conduct that most often result in ultimate denials are lack of candor, neglect of financial responsibilities, conduct during involvement in civil litigation, criminal convictions, and employment terminations.”



  • Mass. AG Reilly asks bar advocates to “accept cases at the new, higher rates while the commission [studying how to build a more effective public defender system] does its work.” (Boston Globe, Sept 10, 2004)













 

entrusting it to young folk
I sleep…
cozy wood fire


by Kobayashi Issa, translated by David G. Lanoue 
          













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