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Space garden

Fertile night sky rich black topsoil seeded with stars.

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Darkness engulfs

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Darkness  engulfs my brain, a bat cave  where dreams hibernate & turn life upside down, sharp stalactite shadows  elbowing for freedom.

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Shift & fossilize

Nighttime’sundertow —the silent death of shooting stars —the sleeplesslunar wrestle —tides shift & fossilize.

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Nocturne

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Closer today

The night fits itself snugly into pitch black pajamas  and loiters around with the man in the moon, while billions of stars join in a distant lullaby, humming a timeless tune. As the earth orbits and edges towards sleep, the … Continue reading

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Weighing what remains

Gold-spent mother load last rich flecks accent teal strips of tunneling  sundown silhouettes.

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Confecting ceramic shadows

Daylight stretches stylized shadows Sunday afternoon, scores of creeping shards coalesce against grass,   grafting gray mâché atop green confetti, hovering air centered as the earth’s axis spins and throws glaze onto clay, the side-cast sun a porcelain pancake expiring steam at the periphery, … Continue reading

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Pink on pink

Pink skies at night, pink-petaled delights

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Transposed in space

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Night sky       clear           dark    bright         stars    in cold          storage High above    the moon         our lunar…

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Skyline sentry

Aloft screeches the skyline sentry, perched on drooping cedar bough, wide yellow eyes scanning for earthbound morsels, head rotating to catch the slightest breath or footfall, as whispers of wind stroke its mottled feathered horns. The night begins with the … Continue reading

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