Daily Archives: March 19, 2013

Changing forces in mid-stream

Echoing, echoing, echoing Water tumbling over stone Falling, falling, falling Consumed by a drowning drone Swirling, swirling, swirling  Eddies eroding edges of the shore Spilling, spilling, spilling The stream bank’s rich earthen gore Carrying, carrying, carrying Sediment, silt, fish egg … Continue reading

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Gravity’s ghostly grayscale grip

All is ghostly, crooked, silenced at the mercy of nature’s influence – her uncontrollable gravity grips pine needle, sap, cone and rolling mountain in one infinite foothold.

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Culture yourself, eat some yogurt!

smooth,      gentle          cultures             soothe          the stomach’s soul, plastering active bacteria             on all walls, head to toe.  Lemon, cherry,        … Continue reading

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Hourglass©2005 By: Tyler Pedersen Sand and glass walked on razor thin cutting the skin window pane tinted silicon glaring sun crystal clear grainy fun between the toes in your ear down your shorts beneath…

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Zero to sixty

I’m starting today  as if my time has just begun, zero to sixty heartbeats per minute, body charged and brain silent –  no thoughts to distract destiny. There’s a pleasant fragrance in the air, a softness to the sun’s warm … Continue reading

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Summer’s easel

Rough impasto skies hang heavy dressed in light colors of red, orange and golden ochre. Gray clouds foreshadow the weather’s changing mood, as warmer hues fade to blues, colors collide and neutralize. Drops begin to paint, water brushes in the … Continue reading

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1, 2, 3…

I breathe, inhale 1, 2, 3, exhale 1, 2, 3, but softly. Open eyelids 1, 2, 3, not too exciting. Rotate my head left and peer down, 1, 2, 3, I cross the numbers off the puzzle I am working on, too … Continue reading

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Wrong way on a dead end street

Sharp as a tack, I painfully misstep. Eagerly  ready to fail at a moment’s notice, the gun signs and I false start at the line. Cool clear-headedness  leaves me frostbitten, sanity steams off  my body like dry ice. Comfortable sleeping … Continue reading

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Snail’s progress

                        Seek out the frail,                    ornate shell of the snail               and see it scoot slowly, … Continue reading

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