Daily Archives: June 4, 2013

Synchronized moss

Moss dives into air and swims through stone, all above the water’s flow

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No wood gathering?

What do you think forests have been doing for hundreds of years?

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Back off, clouds!

Even water needs room to breathe and a place under the sun 

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Genetic makeup

Genetic makeup This shape poem doubles as a helix and a chromosome! I grew up with a father who was (and still is) a biology teacher and have been tuned into science for much of my life. I did have … Continue reading

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The solar equation

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
The solar equation In celebration of the sunshine that graces Corvallis, Oregon and next week’s They Might Be Giants concert in Portland, I have re-blogged a concrete poem and TMBG music video that will…

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The solar equation

The solar equation In celebration of the sunshine that graces Corvallis, Oregon and next week’s They Might Be Giants concert in Portland, I have re-blogged a concrete poem and TMBG music video that will put a sparkle in your eye, … Continue reading

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For want of a corner

For want of a corner Please click on the link above to read and view one of my first poems and photographs.  This is the first post that resonated along the heartstrings of my soul’s being.  You cross paths with … Continue reading

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More ways than one

More ways than one Click on the link above and enjoy!  It’s an older poem of mine, but right now the not-so-subtle ironies of life are mocking my hindsight, which led me to re-blog this humorous gibe.  Hope this Tuesday … Continue reading

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Eavesdropping on fuchsias

Plastic baskets swing skyward affixed to two strong hooks, wherein a flush of fuchsias sob uncontrollably, well-watered tears tapping cool messages atop my thinking cap which peruses under its path. Soon, I spy bumblebees bouncing bloom to bloom, humming hums … Continue reading

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