Daily Archives: May 25, 2013

Pointed warmth

Return to the lost point of your warmth, side-cast the fog and freeze from winter’s filmy glaze and escape into summer’s splendid solar rays, surfacing atop white smooth stone and shimmering clear shallows, skipping off  sun-deprived skin, sinking  into your … Continue reading

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Eating crow

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Like clockwork, I saw a crow strutting in the front lawn again this morning. Its plumage puffed pronouncedly as it patrolled the perimeter, persistently pecking under every step, stump and stick for passing insects. Returning…

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Smile! It’s Saturday!

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Cumulus leaf collection

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Oak leaves on airborne boughs pressed against cumulus clouds

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