Monthly Archives: April 2016

A Rare and Precious Thing

There’s a fir sapling emerging at the edge of the pond, that’s where she brushed her hair in the morning giving the remnants to the little ones to use it for nests or whatever…… The sister sent a note about a month … Continue reading

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Trees: we really don’t know plants at all

Who decided what was up and what was down? That’s what I wanna know.  I also want to know how left and right got to be left and right. I think it’s all mixed up. Especially when one idea has … Continue reading

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Salamander Sex: refreshing the pond

  At the end of winter the pond water looks like old, cold, steeped tea. There’s needles and debris floating on top from early spring winds and down underneath are translucent, filigree leaves that can be pressed against human skin to … Continue reading

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