Monthly Archives: September 2013

This Is A Forest

This is a forest. These are trees. Cottonwood, Cedar and Maple trees all living together. Together, as in that side-by-side thing where one relies on the other for shelter, food, warmth, company, that sort of notion, a family affair, if … Continue reading

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A Random Drop

These are the simple things that call me. A feather randomly dropped into the pond and onto a leaf that dangles its stem below the surface.  With expert synchronicity the two meet on still water. In a day or so they will … Continue reading

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Tree frogs

It’s like talcum powder rolling up the side of my face, dropping into my ear and sweeping though in a steady rhythm, a tonal trill, soothing, calm and constant. There are tree frogs here in the nearly-midnight hour and I … Continue reading

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Morning Girl

I smooth the covers on my bed to make room for the moon as it slips through the blinds to settle in beside me. There’s a 600 count Egyptian-cotton pillow slip with a hand-tatted edge specially picked for these days … Continue reading

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Weather Report

Today: A few celebrations ending this morning then a mix of open-ended emails and cloudy conversation. 30 percent chance of resolving unmet deadlines late this afternoon. Risk of mixed messages with patches of foggy thinking dissipating early evening. Visitors expected … Continue reading

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