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The Wandering Cat

The Wandering Cat

Under narrow November sun, the rock wall
of hand-piled granite river stones
surrounds a sagging herb garden
of leggy tarragon, wounded thyme, 203 more words


Growing October by Pat Kennelly

Pat Kennelly and I met in the garden. The virtual garden, that is. Years ago she noticed my first blog, Greenwoman Zine, where I was writing about my community garden experiences and and my new publishing venture. 499 more words

Garden Writers We Love

Chorus of the Dawn

Songs of laughter, songs of praise,
each morning as their voices raise
in chorus, joyful to the Dawn
they usher in a new day born. 15 more words


My Often Plundered- Earth Poetry and Other Things

Distant lands are thrown asunder
What’s the world without its wonders
Wars on things
And other blunders
Drawn and quartered
Do your orders
Carried guns… 84 more words


Two Dawns (written to celebrate Spring)

A flower opening with the Dawn;
the beauty of a land newborn.
Its petals open, kiss the sky
inviting bee and butterfly
to sup on nectar, Oh so sweet… 222 more words


Thoughts of the dawn

At dawn the sun kisses the day
and signals time for life to play.
Yet one more tune to all that’s true;
to mountains high and oceans blue. 216 more words



Snow peaks rise like breasts
Nurturing the land beneath.
The sustenance of Mother Earth;
Life, Birth, Death, Infinity.