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Maple Bacon March Morning

“A Carrion Crow Under Snow in Annecy” by Pierre Selim, via Wikimedia Commons.

Maple Bacon March Morning

A towhee’s red-rim eye caught sun yesterday,
relentless before the rain followed up… 109 more words

Garden Writers We Love

Alone

Alone now flies the flocking bird

and less now is Dawn’s Chorus heard.

The world we knew crumbles to nought;

exhausted by life’s battles fought… 112 more words

Green Poetry

Modestree

Modestree

My leaves are gone;
my branches bare.
My bark is showing!
Please don’t stare.

—Lauren McBride

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Lauren McBride finds inspiration in faith, nature, science and membership in the Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA). 66 more words

Green Poetry

A Whistle Broke

A Whistle Broke

Deep down in the woods a whistle broke
loose and tensed the dog, tail a-wave
for a parade she ached to join. 99 more words

Green Poetry

Fall Magic

ABRACADABRA

Now summer with her raging heat,

Withdraws her arms from panting earth,

The night descends, it seems at midday

Wrapping our world in darkened veils… 240 more words

Green Poetry

After the 2016 Election

The Day I Helped Lop Ten Thousand Rosebushes

November 9, 2016

Wind pruning we call it. Taking the garden down
to wrist high so when the winter winds blast… 183 more words

Green Poetry

This crumbling land

Alone now flies the flocking bird

and less now is Dawn’s Chorus heard.

The world we knew crumbles to nought;

exhausted by life’s battles fought… 112 more words

Green Poetry