Daily Archives: May 30, 2013

Life without limbs yet

Countless cyclones circle as airborne gangs of switchblade zephyrs, slashing seed stuffing from black cottonwood trees, boughs unladen into spread-eagle gravity, photosynthetic feathers downed but not done, life without limbs yet, nesting at my doorstep.

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Solar enamor

The earth was so enamored with the sun that it emblazoned itself in shades of goldenrod

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Soul sinking in

Click on the link below to read this sleepy poem: Soul sinking in.

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Confecting ceramic shadows

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Daylight stretches stylized shadows Sunday afternoon, scores of creeping shards coalesce against grass,   grafting gray mâché atop green confetti, hovering air centered as the earth’s axis spins and throws glaze onto clay, the side-cast sun a…

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