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Summer Bright

See-through summer

lemon breeze

opening flowers

warming seas

You beckon to me

Sun-bright memories

in hazy days

berry-brown bodies

of the inner child plays

You beckon to me…

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Kait King

Evergreen winterkill

Due to the extremely hard winter we experienced this year, many of the evergreens in the gardens I tend to are suffering from winterkill.  This is evident by rust brown tips and occasionally whole branches.   89 more words

Gardening

Patterns in Nature and our Body Movement

“Energy moves in waves. Waves move in patterns.  Patterns move in rhythms.  A human being is just that: energy, waves, patterns.  Nothing more, nothing less, a dance. 433 more words

Books for Summer at the Branch

Dear Friends!

In preparation for Summer 2015 at the Los Angeles Branch, here is a list of books relating to our upcoming activities:

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For Memorial Day Weekend: The baseball, and life, story of Reed Lovsness

Fans who watched Reed Lovsness pitch in townteam baseball games in the mid-1950s — and thousands did — saw one of southwest Minnesota’s most legendary athletes take the mound: a tall fireballer who rarely lost and never was afraid to be tough with a ball gripped in the fingers of his right hand. 3,781 more words

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