Daily Archives: May 15, 2013

Waterfall flush

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Warming, thawing, spring awake, innervating winter’s still facade, a waterfall rushes at right angles atop the washboard of my forebrain folds, polishing memory, grey and white matter absorbs slick bedrock ricochets, as turbid tiers…

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Lost spires of our soul’s compass

What is it you see through the thick haze? Does your mind stand on end in an empty hollow, waiting to fell the moment’s marrow and trap distant echoes? Will an airplane’s engine drone drop in overhead and whisper where … Continue reading

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The Ichabod Crane

I trimmed my beard today, back to sporting the Ichabod Crane, thoughts haunted by my wife’s voice,  as faceless hair circles  and clogs the drain twice. What pale skin   below this black and gray bare tundra I so disdain, … Continue reading

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The Elephant Man Tree

Strangely compelling, bulbously beautiful, an old soul born before our time. Freak of nature to loggers not worth a dime to butt cut a cull or conk rot past its prime; however, invaluable habitat and home to more sensitive flora … Continue reading

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Oh, the trails you’ll plough!

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Trail work on the Continental Divide Trail, Centennial Valley, Montana Never a dull Pulaski or moment for the adventurous spirit!

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Nature knows no bounds

So many trails to choose which will you peruse in your corner of earth today?

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