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Odd pumpkin out

Whaddaya know, this is my 50th post in the (almost) 6 months since this blog has been in existence! Slow, yes, but steady… :P I’m gonna use this teeny occasion to thank you visitors and followers for all the support and encouragement you’ve given me in my cozy corner of the blogosphere. 460 more words


Northeast Pics 'n Poetry - Pumpkins

Bringing pumpkins home

Marks beginning of autumn

Tossing them, the end.

–Iris, Northeast Teen Adviser 7 more words

Teen Powered

Nightmare Before Christmas

Keeping along the pumpkin train of thought, over my freshman and sophomore year I carved two pumpkins from nightmare before christmas. I drew both first (looking at an image) then carved them. 33 more words


You Just Lost It.

In my sophomore year we went to Keane, NH for the annual pumpkin festival. In case you don’t know what it is, it is a small town in New Hampshire that holds the world record for most lit carved pumpkins in one place. 39 more words


Lazy Poets Thursday Haiku

Bright orange lanterns

lay abandoned on the ground

a wasted harvest?


The Edible Pumpkin Patch

Originally published in “A Stone’s Throw” column in the South Pasadena Review newspaper, October 2014.

Fall is by far my favorite season. There’s a chill in the air (however faint this year), leaves turn a brilliant yellow and orange, and whiffs of pumpkin waft all around. 657 more words

South Pasadena Review

Another Neighborhood Oddity. This Time It's Seasonal, or Just Past.

For at least the better part of a year and a half, or maybe as much as two years as I didn’t write down the date of its arrival, the deer shaped archery target in the picture to the right has held fast the position of neighborhood oddity in my already at times peculiar neighborhood. 728 more words