Daily Archives: November 7, 2013

Menagerie of extremities

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Slowly the deluge begins, tenuous raindrops the first to descend, wetting the earthen clay for nature’s ensuing stampede to sculpt with a menagerie of extremities. Through the window, my vagrant stare catches the last…

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Clouds brewing over the bow

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Dead calm engulfs the canoe, heavy air anchors my senses, still waters  mirror sky, clouds above & below, a hail storm brews over  the bow.  

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Uncharted territory

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Nature doesn’t  purposefully plan its paths or pick the road not taken;  only poets perceive structure and definition. As much as our free will has granted us the capacity to learn and choose actions and…

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Bitter breeze

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A bitter breeze sharpens pointed maple leaves, throwing  them down one by one  like ninja stars, silently sticking their target, the ground  now blood red.

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BLOG: An oxymoron to grow on

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We throw this word around everyday, yet do we know from whence it came? Ironically, two organic terms married by techno slang according to Oxford’s online English Dictionary, partying hard drives since the year…

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