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Unbleached by light

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
The dirtiest clouds unbleached by light will wash clear in rains that undo stains overnight.

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Priest Pass Road

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
As the storm approached, I lept out of my car and frantically snapped a dozen photos before the rain started pelting down. The bold light grade of the road starkly contrasts with the foreboding…

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Give it a rest thunderheads!

The surging storm sends shivers through the shingles, emitting a cyclone capable of unheard of forces, knocking, quite clearly, upon the front door. It felt a bit drafty and the rafters did quake, as if they could collapse and snap … Continue reading

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Rhythm to entropy

A canopy of clouds collapse upon the sun, rays shattered with a sharpness akin to countless lightning strikes atop shore pine skeletons. Dead silence rings absolute before the swells rise  and rain tap dances on roof top and asphalt keeping tumultuous … Continue reading

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Pressed leaves are thoughts preserved

This is a poetic musing I wrote in October of 2010.  It describes the momentous first drops and ensuing deluge of autumn on the Oregon Coast.  As a reader and distant cyber voyeur, this text can be soaked up through … Continue reading

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The air’s entrails

The air’s entrails scatter throughout the entire body of earth’s matter, settling snug on the shoulder of a bug, bitten by the wind’s pressing whip, force enough to crack an acorn for a squirrel, rustle down a collage of leaves, … Continue reading

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Floodwater riots

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Priest Pass Road

As the storm approached, I lept out of my car and frantically snapped a dozen photos before the rain started pelting down. The bold light grade of the road starkly contrasts with the foreboding clouds that loom in the background. … Continue reading

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