Daily Archives: April 22, 2013

Missing the messenger

Do I speak for Nature? No. I cannot. For there are far too many channels of communication cut before my pen bleeds through the paper. I have no desire to clothesline migrating passerine with transparent telephone pole cables just to … Continue reading

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The next butterfly has arrived

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
The Next Butterfly Has Arrived Under the canopy sun rains through the leaves, falling on a passing insect, orange and black spots reflected off its wings. Light flutters along with the breeze of unrelenting…

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The tomatoes are humming

Out in the greenhouse, inspecting the vines, counting and sorting, wasting my time. One tomato this, one tomato that, protruding off in space, landing in a case, humid and sweaty with the whir of the fan pushing air out instead … Continue reading

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Destiny and decay

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Quietly rushing thoughts prick my mind like a stun dart, its side-effects so sublime. Artful sleep paints pictures in leaves where I rest, unconsciously listening to the ground’s respiratory hum, my head to its…

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Impressions of a leaf

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
A concrete poem of a leaf By Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2011

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Nature’s nuances

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Tranquil moments come to pass with the least resistance. Time hovers, still, like a gentle drizzle of rain, soaking the senses in rich clarity. Transparent puddles capture skyward reflections, as thousands of concentric circles…

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Married to the earth and each other

My wife and I were married in Montana during the summer of 2011. We had a very Nature-inspired ceremony complete with an organic arch: bridging branches between a willow and ash tree bound by a brown bow, cutout sparrow silhouettes … Continue reading

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Ancient eavesdropper

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
If nature knows not of my existence, aside from the small space I occupy, then I am a tolerable roommate lodging among noble beasts who have adapted to separate ways of surviving. I see…

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Snakesssss on a page

In celebration of World Snake Day, I have colored my concrete snake poem in camouflaged shades of a shifty sidewinder. After you are finished deciphering its text, I leave you with links to two other talented poets whose tongues have … Continue reading

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Feet Upon It

Originally posted on Writings of a Mrs :
Today is Earth Day.  Be kind to our earth.  It’s the only one that we have. I was inspired to write this poem by the many beautiful posts from Tyler.  Please visit The…

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