Monthly Archives: October 2015

Weekly Photo Challenge: Treat

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Peerless embraces

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The taste that lingers on your lips after a kiss — the warmth sunlight plants upon your face after a cloud break — peerless intimate  embraces.

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Wordless Wednesday (10/28/15)

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High hopes

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The highest of hopes will  incinerate a shred of doubt as it exits  earth’s atmosphere and orbits in unwavering ellipses.

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Scribed & emptied

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As apoet,you needto find a balance between creativity &clarity,the slate scribed &emptied,mindfulness& mindlessness.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Careful

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Slick bedrock and soggy leaves slide beneath my feet — carefully watching my every step — so I don’t land on my head.

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Climbing this mountain

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I understand what I feel through poetry & Nature, my memory retroactively decaying like heartwood surrounded by the undead. Storm clouds unburden themselves, letting go of the world’s weighty water, billions of tears drowning…

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Wordless Wednesday (10/21/15)

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Gentle reminders

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Gentle reminders throughout the day that everything will be OK — a ladybug landing on your shoulder, birdsong echoing outside your window, trees standing next to you so tall & tranquil, zephyrs silently piling…

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Unbreakable beauty

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Random collages of leaves, roots, sand & stone — scattered ephemera with weathered bones & unbreakable beauty.

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