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"Wild Onions" by Susan Carman

I brought home onion plants years ago
after admiring them in a friend’s garden, unaware

how like dandelions are these airy blooms, whispers
of white lifted on the breeze to land… 120 more words

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Asteroid of the Half-Month: 22 Kalliope

If 21 Lutetia’s a weird one, 22 Kalliope is a sibling “stone” in the bunch.

Based on its light spectrum (i. e., color curve), Kalliope is firmly in the M-type asteroids. 1,210 more words


"Conversations" by Maril Crabtree

After “Caught in the Days Unraveling” by Chelsea Welsh

Among my undiscovered loves and passions
lie patterns unwinding

tokens from another age
finding wilderness that matches… 135 more words

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