Daily Archives: August 9, 2013

Placeholders

History preserved under thick bark and dried sap, pinecone scrolls smeared with ancient pollen, giant placeholders for all seasons, peerless  points-of-view at the top of the planet,  dizzying depth seeded into the landscape, trees complete true stories, their forests build  … Continue reading

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Rainy day redux

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
A storm magnifies sound, as lines of livid, liquid mallets pound down metallic gutter spouts, striking off clear cannonball cascades that bombard under-eve bouquets harder than hummingbirds or bees at any bloom-side banquet, groundswells…

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