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Weekly Photo Challenge: Numbers

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Spice of life

A landslide of grey sky — canopies buried under the rubble of rock doves — breathing in the heavy air. My mind wanders thru treetops — gamboling on clouds & leapfrogging birds — dreaming of a weightless world that defies … Continue reading

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Creative outlets

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Humans are so curious, sticking their brains into  creative outlets, getting the shock of their life & living to  tell about it.

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The tomatoes are humming

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Out in the greenhouse, inspecting the vines, counting and sorting, wasting my time. ? One tomato this, one tomato that, protruding off in space, landing in a case, humid and sweaty with the whir…

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After the caterpillars feed

Self realization — a journey of awareness — searching for signs that point to the real me. The rhythm  I keep with  my heart beat — a telegraph  tapping thru my veins — sending  messages  across this body of water. … Continue reading

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Full circle

Glistening like  the eyes of a  newborn — green to  the world — the naive tree with leaves wide open. Cottonwood  branches bash against the  clouds — seed stuffing floats down — Nature’s  pillow fight.  Overcast  morning — the worms’ … Continue reading

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Fluid motion

In one fluid motion the river runs five minute miles while my feet flounder on land.

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Shower of grasshoppers

Walking down a country road not a cloud for miles around shower of grasshoppers.

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Weary vertebrae

My body sinks into bed like a giraffe in quicksand — a long cascade of weary vertebrae & bones — descending towards sleep.

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Jumping July Fourth

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My lips  are two thick red Twizzlers kissed into an ellipse, hop-scotch smile parting like double-dutch jumprope helix, exposing Chiclet white teeth feet, skipping sound up and down as sparklers on the street. 

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