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Category Archives: Poetry
Summer blossoms fade, as fruit and seed ripen into autumn’s brilliance, while fields and gardens bulge with nature’s bounty. As our sun sets ever-farther southwest, days shift cooler – nights longer. Rich cinnamon scents from fallen fruit and withering berries swirl with woodsmoke … Continue reading
Hydrangea blossoms shades of blue velvet richness mood indigo ~ From rich vibrant tones to soft pastel hues, Hydrangea are one of my favorite summer show-stoppers! Birds, are everywhere in my summer gardens. They keep the grounds … Continue reading
American Apartheid–Lindy Le Coq – June 3, 2020 Four hundred years of suppression, black men and women raped and murdered for being. Jim Crow still alive in red-lined housing, unfunded schools, three strikes – you’re out, stop & … Continue reading
From fathomless depths, after months in her belly, heaps of human generated trash … Continue reading
Trust a precious commodity invaluable like time and water.
“…I am waiting for a rebirth of wonder…” “…and I am waiting for the American Eagle to really spread its wings and straighten up and fly right…” “…and I am waiting for forests and animals to reclaim the earth as theirs…” “…and I am waiting for … Continue reading
earth suspends mid-spin daylight and darkness shake hands equal on this day dry leaves and seeds fly green shoots push past winter’s grip amber blossoms lift Cheers!
Once again I am in a place where, even with my personal hot-spot cell connection, I’m unable to load photos onto my blog, or look at the ones my WordPress friends are offering for view! Grump!! Not sure if there’s … Continue reading
only caws of crows disturb this windless morning no ducks or geese ply these ponds – a thin glaze of ice at their edges at berm’s crest dark waves sound ocean’s roar as golden light … Continue reading
sun slides low in sky stands still – winks – turns about-face as earth and moon whirl In response to Frank J Tassone Haikai challenge #12 — winter solstice.