Monthly Archives: March 2014

Nancy Buttercup

The gravel and dirt underfoot has finally come loose from its winter hold. The twelve feet from the car to the gate is a pleasant leisurely exercise no longer a cold and repetitive, icy-underfoot chore. It’ll be done for in … Continue reading

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Naked Feet Moved

It happened in a rare and precious misted morning. Filtered through trees came the secrets of sky meeting earth in a churning hazy dew sifted and snaking into rolls of coil.   Like the breath of lovers leaving a trace … Continue reading

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