Daily Archives: June 20, 2013

Eternally home

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Trees are the groundswells of our dreams, their canopies the fodder of true jewels that dangle above with inaccessible value, for they exist apart from our drama. All is ephemeral, nothing immune to time…

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Engrossed reading oaks

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Neighboring oaks transpire between canopy breaks, blank and blue thought-cloud kernels popping from hollow air, acorns and pheromones ping-ponging bough to breeze to ground without bound, tally-marked bark keeping tabs on score, while I…

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Gang green

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Losing luster

The tire swing that once propelled children under able boughs has been pushed off onto cold twisted metal, overshadowing joy, youth losing its luster.

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Dagwood not dogwood

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Full-bodied deciduous dishes, teal-ish tongues reclined to imbibe rain and sunshine, wood carved into skewers a.k.a. dags, giving you your shish kabob nickname, now lost on a dog, looks  deceive utility.

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Storing sunlight

Symbiotic lichens anticipate autumn crimson and winter white snow in thick blankets worn atop a maple bole, its branches waving with a crowd of green five-fingered leaves, cheering summer to new heights, storing sunlight for longer nights.

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