Daily Archives: May 11, 2013

Engrossed reading oaks

Neighboring oaks transpire between canopy breaks, blank and blue thought-cloud kernels popping from hollow air, acorns and pheromones ping-ponging bough to breeze to ground without bound, tally-marked bark keeping tabs on score, while I lose track of time.

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Love breathed

Something beckons to me softly, repeatedly, assuredly  as if love breathed upon my face from a mother’s cooing lips, a firstborn of this moment, I am helpless but home, no matter  my place  outside the womb,  her radiant  affection  bleeds … Continue reading

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Grounding the senses

Spring breezes scatter grass clippings in the air spreading the fresh scent for miles past my residence, I stare as the green color returns to the earth like rosy cheeks to a newborn child. My two dogs sniff the ground for … Continue reading

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Going, Going, Gone

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Eerie icicles

Eerie icicles flying objects phantom faces

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