Daily Archives: June 5, 2013

Cheshire forces

Two cats sit atop the sill and peer out our window, as nonchalant wind paws at brown curtains with unseen Cheshire forces. Warm summertime static of sun and birdsong stands fur on edge, alerting senses, shifting ears, eyes and attention … Continue reading

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Life without limbs yet

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
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…

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Priming the sky

The troposphere glazed over in gray — a cloudy canvas primed for blue sky.

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