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Between the Years, 2017


On the tumulus sun rays reach the tops of twisted trees drawing creamy lines between ancient oaks like a spider’s web. Beneath lichen-licked twigs leaves remain frozen in dying their silence striking a chord on my heart. * Days I cannot grasp blur past like a landscape in a blizzard tugging me off-course. Snow casts darkness before laying to rest on Earth muffled by the density of compact clouds I move past shadows that are […]


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  vision no wonder it looks exotic to me still in it’s full spring garb: it’s a migrant from southeastern United States also a little ancient miracle as it appeared before the bees and made it – thanks to a curious beetle – into our times and my garden where this year another miracle transpired when El Niño teased her flowers out in mid January then the belated winter kept them intact for over two […]

tipping point

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out on the cemetery daffodils burst into yellow in early December in time for the Climate Talks tipping point is when the order of things becomes inevitable the laws of gravity superseding common sense when a tipper lorry has slowly gained so much momentum that stopping is impossible even for the unexpected cyclist appearing on the obscure under-path when outside the cemetery gate a 15-year old Bengali boy squares up to two young men who […]