Daily Archives: July 2, 2013

Wellsprings

May we make this world like our beds — comfortably   sharing corners — spreading out a fresh clean place to coexist — wellsprings  left for future relationships.

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Inhaling lungs hug

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
A tree tugs at our every breath, we exhale its life as it transpires ours, inhaling lungs hug oxygen, yet too often forget the rest.

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Horsetail stampede

Lost in a horsetail stampede of pipe-cleaner green, stands one tall cow parsnip, its chloroplasts chewing on solar cud, a producer consuming for the common good.

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Doorjamb dichotomy

A door opens, another shuts, passageways  are not changing, but you are.

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Poetry punch

Poetry can pack a punch and detach your mind like a much-needed vacation.

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Fresh perspective

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
My stomach flutters aloft in a tall tree like a leaf afraid of heights,  veins churning, turning over nutrients  before gravity digests distance  and I lie indisposed  as fresh fodder  for  bottom feeders.

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Clarkia amoena (Farewell-to-Spring)

While volunteering for the Benton Soil & Water Conservation District today pulling Meadow knapweed along the Right-of-Way, I saw a field (owned by the Greenbelt Land Trust) that was covered with these native pink-petaled beauties. Clarkia amoena is an annual … Continue reading

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Inspiration by expiration

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
My inspiration is aloft with the birds flying nowhere it seems, until landing on the topmost tree branch – thoughts perched in perspective, eyes affixed to the view missed while chasing breadcrumbs at the…

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