Daily Archives: April 29, 2013

Wish I were a windowpane

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How many times have you looked out the window and wanted to be that pane of glass? To see the wonder of the world as the days and seasons progress, your vision altered by…

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The air’s entrails

The air’s entrails scatter throughout the entire body of earth’s matter, settling snug on the shoulder of a bug, bitten by the wind’s pressing whip, force enough to crack an acorn for a squirrel, rustle down a collage of leaves, … Continue reading

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Java Queens and Pony Dreams

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I was inspired to write this poem while I was in a small town called Pony, Montana, which lies at the foot of the Tobacco Root Mountains. I was there as an Americorps volunteer…

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Worry dots

My head is too full, cluttered with thoughts  that have nowhere else to clot. Drifting dreams steal away doubt  and add hope to hardship. Senseless vagrant, I pursue the obvious entrapments, shut eyes, my brain drops through my skull into … Continue reading

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Word to the was

My wife and I moved the last load of stuff from our house in Coos Bay yesterday. Before I left, I picked up the final flowering pots from the deck and found the word ‘was’ underneath on a terra cotta … Continue reading

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