Daily Archives: June 16, 2013

Our cat stalks the stalks

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Gung-Ho Garden

As summer days progress, the garden gains ground, growing gung-ho greens along wheel ruts, all sprouts riding atop covered-wagon dirt mounds, dusting off  appetites in the lasting light.

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Watering the garden

Watering the garden This poem reminds me how much my Father has cultivated everything in my life, fostering growth deep down in my soul. His character and moral fiber have turned me into a strong man with a caring spirit. … Continue reading

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Back to his roots

As usual, my father interacts with Nature. I guess he’s going back to his 1960’s roots, but I think he’s goofy just like me.

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At the top of the world

You’re the tops, Pops!

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Happy Father’s Day!!!

My Dad instilled in me a love for Nature and I am so blessed to have him in my life as a friend and father. Here’s to our next man trip adventure into the wild, Dad!

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Eating electric lettuce

My eyes roll down beside my feet like two golfballs brushing against neon greens, electric chlorophyll static shocking cones of my retinas, stunned silly seeing Spots run, I bend over, fingers shoveling salad foodstuffs like a trespass Peter Rabbit, lettuce … Continue reading

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