Tag Archives: change

Flow of People

This is the photo I could find in my computer stash that had lot of people milling around in it. It works especially since it was taken at a car show. Cars to come and go. We remember fondly those … Continue reading

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Driving into the Storm

Last night reluctantly leaving our cottage in the woods to go home, a lightning storm was flashing up ahead. It struck me that I was driving into the storm. This thought-filled poem ensured. What shift is your storm? Are you … Continue reading

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Stages of a Butterfly Life

Day 3 NaPoWriMo. When I was 12 years old, I wrote into the Big Blue Marble for an international pen-pal. A 12 year old boy from Australia, Jamie, and I were matched up. Today’s stamp is from his March 1985 … Continue reading

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Year of Evolution

It’s time again for a New Year poem to set the tone for the year. Some day I will publish a book of my all my Christmas and New Year poems. Make it a good new year folks.  I mean … Continue reading

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Here is National/Global Poetry Writing Month poem day five based on a tropical frog stamp. When I think of frogs, I think of how sensitive they are to environmental changes; how they suffer change. In the U.S., we seem to … Continue reading

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Autumn cattails

Autumn cattails Roasted marshmallows on a stick dripping sweet fluff that momma bird wove into her cozy grass nest made visible at leaf-fall of autumn along the dusty country road. When the dust settles and the branches stand bare, when … Continue reading

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Hope for snow

Hope for snow The high full moon small and tight in the puckered snowless sky. Winter is slow coming this year cracking only for a bit of Christmas snow. Hope for a December lion, a fresh, fierce tempest to burst … Continue reading

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