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Landmark Park held another Folk Arts Workshop Weekend and, once again, it was a  success…especially for the Wiregrass Hitties and Mad for the Farthing Crowd. Many classes were offered, among them, black-smithing, hearth cooking, tatting, chair caning, even dulcimer! 155 more words



It is,
at winter’s finite edge,
that we glean the bent, palsied bloom,
somatic in its turn
toward Spring’s inevitable host.
John Biscello


So many times that I’ve felt overwhelmed,

By such heavy emotions and I’ve wanted,

So much, so very much to burst,

But I knew the shame that came, 87 more words



Knowing the season

I welcome freezing dawn

Siberian wind

© Paul Nichol. 2018


Prolonged Gray Season

This is the time of year where we are easily tricked. Nature is disguising which season we are in. Tricks are played as a 45 degree day with rain settles in. 235 more words


Saturday Morning

As I read a library book, the sky changes.  Light arrives, and grey colors, with some blue here and there.  The last Saturday in February.  Spring soon. 22 more words

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Summer Dying

Her body looms cold. Frost grows on her face as her spirit prepares to fly away. She inhabits earth and sky. The toughest part is leaving, dying every year. 221 more words