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Still Afloat

We are still afloat, and still not taking in any water. Our hull is sound. I am actually a little bit disappointed by the total lack of water in our bilge. 817 more words

Day To Day

WEATHER FORECAST

Watch the wind

As it covers the sky

With clouds.

The early morning blue

is gone,

A lowering roof of ridged grey

Now covers what was… 28 more words

Poetry, Verse, Euphonic Writing, Drama

When the atmosphere lets one rip: why wind?

Poor wind. When it’s not being overused in metaphors to describe our feelings or abused by our dry sense of humour comparing it to a more biological version of the same, it’s being slandered by some television broadcaster in an all-one-cagoule facing gale forces in an unheard of Cornish village, or cursed at by holiday makers on a freezing cold British beach, who, when they open their mouths to taste that first bite of fish and chips, instead receive a chunk of their own hair or a gust of sand up their nostrils. 1,218 more words

Meteorology

I Just Wanted That

Sunlight hits the valley;

The only sun they’ve seen in weeks.

Tenacity is at the core of town

Sometimes it just reeks.

A fresh breeze runs through the middle of town… 90 more words

Poetry

SaskPower announces 10 megawatt solar project, first in Sask.

In 2019, just east of Swift Current, the province’s first utility-scale solar plant will be operation.

The 80-acre-project in the RM of Coulee is the… 485 more words

Environment

Wind 3-6-17

WIND

in the air, on my face

whole trees dancing

branches and leaves, abandoned to self

whistling fury, demanding its way,

bringing about change

whether good or bad… 107 more words

BANSHEE

BANSHEE
I saw a shadowy figure
in Duckett’s Grove
She was darkness
Her flowing gray hair
mussed
as if she was caught an a strong wind… 81 more words