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Tap Tap Tap

I am getting into being back at my big, old job and finally sleeping better. Weekend sleep is still the best of course. This morning I slept in to 6:25 when a lovely tapping sound woke me. Wood peckers are … Continue reading

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Peace Giver

Who doesn’t love trees. This poem calls them the most loving creature on earth. Did you ever notice how calm you feel walking among them? How your lungs relax and breathe deeper? How your stress disappears? Enjoy this stamp-poem in … Continue reading

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Power of Water

We are still in the belly of the snow storm amidst drifts and sideways streaming fat flakes. Predicting 10-15 inches (25-38 cm). Today’s poetry writing month stamp-poem came up as the power of water. What makes our planet hospitable to … Continue reading

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Tracks in the Woods

Winter really is a wonderland especially on a walk in the wood. Enjoy the poem inspired by the winter woods. Tracks in the snow Stillness it seems like time frozen as if nothing is moving. All is covered in perfect … Continue reading

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Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy Leaves of three, let it be cause it might be poison Ivy. So many plants of three how do I know it’s one of these? Follow this guide for I have not lied, it will keep you out … Continue reading

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Michigan green

I had the fortune to take a work trip to rural Michigan and back this week. What a beautiful drive with some beautiful real rain. Here is the poetic tribute to the thick green forest during this adventure… Michigan green … Continue reading

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Old Leaves

I was up at the shack a couple weekends ago and noticed the old leaves on the dry ground. It was that transition time after the leaves have all fallen but before the snow and wet begin. These old leaves … Continue reading

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