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she became

it’s terribly

cold

on a

non sequitur

throne

she weeps

beautiful

blue icicles

reflective

as scepters

trophy

wife shelved

kept

in perpetual

winter

frigid beds… 40 more words

November 16

Pause

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On my morning commute

I stopped at the sign

Fleeting moments captured

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Just like every damn day

But today was different

Translucent, transcendent… 31 more words

Poetry

Snow day? Snow problem!

This week we had a snow day! Which had me thinking about how dramatically fashion changes from the beginning of the semester until the end. You start off the semester here at Towson wearing denim skirts and crop tops, and by the end we are bundled up with sweaters and beanies. 540 more words

Fashion

Ready Freddy

I use to like the cold. That feeling of the first cool night always felt so good to me. Over time that feeling changed. They say your born with a sacred warmth. 170 more words

Episode 36: Phenology Throwdown for November 2018

As leaves fall from trees, the sugary sap that was produced during photosynthesis is stored within the trunks, branches, and roots. Storing this surplus helps trees survive the winter and allows them to prepare for the following spring. 88 more words

Episodes

November 15

Snowbirds

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Tracks in the snow let me know where you go

Gray squirrels run in circles throughout the woods

Near feeders the three-toed hops of junco… 26 more words

Poetry