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First Crocuses

Anxious for the bruised

lucent buds to open,

the child rips one apart:

Pulping lachrymose skins

and mangling tiny parts.

Stunned by its sudden

Altered state, she doesn’t… 22 more words

Poetry And Kitchen-sink Metaphysics

Showing You Care

Can you imagine that your name is Gayle, and that today is August 27th, your birthday, and that you have just received the card below via snail mail? 21 more words

Macro Moments Challenge: Week 26

Fellow Northern Californian and photographer/blogger Susan is still taking your macro photos for this week’s challenge.

Here is mine, titled,

“Hurry Up, Spring!”

This is last year’s yellow crocus, fresh after a light rain! 33 more words


how'd it get my netflix passcode?

the spring’s first crocus
hides its light

beneath the snow

bides its time
most patiently

until it’s time
to grow

don’t waste
a moment’s pity on… 33 more words

Poem; Poetry

A Slight Breeze

When I told a certain Devonian gentleman which road our new house was on he said “gawd, its rough up there!”.  Or I think that was what he said.   302 more words