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Sycamore at Sunset

Winter light dwindles to a pale sunset.
Sycamore bark peels in patches.
Ever on sentry duty, an eye on the horizon,
Glowing like a desert landscape, 14 more words


finally (haiga)

the leaf that scraped in the wind
off the street 



Sycamore seedlings

It’s the time of year when sycamore seedlings start springing up seemingly everywhere.  Their long and narrow seed leaves look nothing like the broad, lobed leaves of the adult trees. 191 more words



I was very challenged this morning when I read the 40Acts email, a theme I am following during Lent, along with many other Christians. The theme today is “In Courage” and it was reminding us that millions of Christians all over the world face persecution for following Jesus and need tremendous courage to do this. 610 more words

evening (tanka)

One Word Photo Challenge:

evening –
a sycamore’s halo
of lamp light

after the birds have flown
such silence – such silence


in which a few branches are lopped

and light appears. A gap, a space

like a shift in time, an equinox of division marking

then and now, a maturity of growth. The chorister… 104 more words


Note to Remember Appreciation

The 7th Annual Sycamore Music Boosters “A Note to Remember” event held on February 14 at Blumen Gardens was a tremendous success!   It is with deep gratitude that we thank our sponsors and donors that helped support our mission: “Enriching the quality of music education, performance and awareness in the Sycamore schools and community.” 380 more words

Sycamore High School