Daily Archives: April 4, 2013

Edith Lake, Montana

Once you immerse yourself in nature, it will never wash off your body or mind. If you are lucky, it will rub off on others around you. Just give it time.

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Inspiration by expiration

My inspiration is aloft with the birds flying nowhere it seems, until landing on the topmost tree branch – thoughts perched in perspective, eyes affixed to the view missed while chasing breadcrumbs at the foot of benched pedestrians – everywhere, … Continue reading

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Quote from my mother

“Nobody cares how much you know, just that you know enough to care” my mother

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Some will fly, whine and die in the summertime

Here is a funny little poem I wrote while out in the backcountry doing trail work a few summers ago.  I’m sure all of you bloggers can relate to an annoying insect, be it a fly or mosquito, that has … Continue reading

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Vulnerable lightbulb

Softly I shudder at the relapse of wonder as if by a stroke of good fortune I remembered all that once was and now stands alive in my memory. To take it all in and never hold back, let dreams … Continue reading

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Counting sheep is cliche

Snowy soft slippers grace my feet as I perch on the side of the bed, I think, will I sleep and dream of things beyond me? In what dimension will my mind rest in this dilemma, this universal quandary? Might … Continue reading

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