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Concord

Fragile heat, March sun

Morning frost fizzle melt

Spring threads of creeper

–  sprung, in

Lip of light

and shadow play

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F i z z z z z z l e s… 15 more words

Observation

Immutable Across Time

I have often wondered how two lovers can be true to each other if they don’t know how to write…Your letters present to me a perfect picture of your everyday life, they are almost as good as if you were sitting on my knees with your arms around my neck and telling me how naughty you have been during the day and sealing each sweet avowal with an elliptical kiss… 14 more words

Photography

Listening

I let the pigeon go.
It wept in my hand and ringed
its neck, left and right.
Against a brick wall, I was shattered
from listening to the coo
that never left.

Poetry

Outdoor Science School ~Day Two. It's all about the water!

Today we had another beautiful day for our outdoor science school ~ blue skies, sunshine, high around 80, but a wonderful breeze!  We walked along the South Fork of the Palouse for a day focused on water.   573 more words

Montessori Education

Change of seasons

Things that I don’t feel like doing anymore & don’t know why:

  1. Drinking alcohol to get drunk
  2. Making accommodations for relationships that don’t fuel me…
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Sadness Pangs?

Lately I’ve been experiencing what seem to be pangs of sadness.  It’s kind of like a pinprick in my brain right between my eyes.

It’s a strange feeling and hard to describe.   115 more words

Observation

Tuesday 23rd May

Where did we go? St John’s Church (disused) Boughton

Who came? Anne, Chris, Jane, Jean, Jo, Kathy, Ruchira

What was it like? It was a warm and sunny evening. 41 more words

Landscape