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seabed

global warming, incandescent, swallows oceans,
punishes innocents
blind-swimming in double-cupped handfuls.
salt scales crust earth
newly raw to light and sting in the open air. 58 more words

Poetry

Riding the Wave,

There is no question that I have lived with depression the vast majority of my life. I find it hard to believe that most haven’t experienced this feeling whether they want to admit it or not, I just don’t see how it is avoidable. 2,160 more words

Divorce

San Francisco

I’m not a travel blogger by any stretch of the imagination – in fact, I don’t even travel enough to be one, should I want to – but I had a particularly poetic trip to San Francisco a couple of weeks ago that I thought would be worth sharing. 503 more words

Musings

Rockets

If I could put rockets on my feet

and snap my way around the globe

at the hurtling speed of light

I’d wait to put them on. 260 more words

What Is A La Niña And What Could It Mean For The U.S. This Winter?

(Source: www.forbes.com)

NOAA/ESRL/PSD

It hasn’t felt much like fall across most of the United States over the past few weeks. It doesn’t feel like summer ever ended in some spots. 637 more words

Money Matters

High Surf, Dangerous Rip Currents Expected at O.C. Beaches — KTLA

Elevated surf and strong rip currents are expected along the Orange County coast through Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Ellina Abovian reports for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Oct.

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Ocean

Jaws in the lightest sense

Still on the topic of education, i wanted to share a bit of information on the one creature in the ocean that scares me half to death but i would dive with them in a heart beat…… 397 more words