Category Archives: shoes

On Going for a Walk

Christmas shopping anyone? I plan to be organized this year, get everything done in plenty of time, then relax. It’s not going to happen that way … ON GOING FOR A WALK shoelaces neatly tied                     fall into tangles as I … Continue reading

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What does a room remember about who has lived there? Does it hold onto one tenant more than another? Haunt another? Is it inviting to one and all? … RENTAL a rented room wears hats without knowing who hung them … Continue reading

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On Borrowing Shoes

Nobody loves caterpillars, except children and teachers of young children. Caterpillars, to a gardener, are creepy crawly and they demolish leaves at ninety miles an hour. But – do they wear shoes? ON BORROWING SHOES my caterpillar friends keep their … Continue reading

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Wedding Haiku

We’ve a family wedding coming up. Great joy and great excitement. Of course, preparations have gone on for months (I only found a dress for myself a month ago), and the Day is almost here, and who cares if sun … Continue reading

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Summer Shoes

Those summer days, lying on the grass, watching the clouds, day-dreaming of nothing in particular; no one needs me, children busy, no obligations or meetings … days, hours, to remember … A A SUMMER SHOES            … Continue reading

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