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Coffee Break

Sunshine; workers on the roof of a construction site, others inside, away from sweat and sunburn. Time to take a break … COFFEE BREAK empty chairs against the wall wait for worn work-boots tired bodies lean into bent metal tilt … Continue reading

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The Making of Small

Ants, acorns, daisies, all the tiny things that we tend to overlook or take for granted, yet they make up the details of our beautiful world … THE MAKING OF SMALL I hold a pebble                       in my hand curve fingers … Continue reading

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Losing the Thread

Family gabfests are apt to range swiftly from one topic to another: memories shared; a touch at politics; who is doing what, when, and where. An endless discussion that leaps from math to kids to computers to books … LOSING … Continue reading

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Faint on the Sky

Evenings at this time of year can be magic. We are framed in stillness,listening to sounds of birds settling, watching the swift change of light, aware of the quiet earth … FAINT ON THE SKY a whisper of sound passes … Continue reading

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3 Nurse Senyru

World Tuna day is just past, May 2, and I wonder if the tuna care? World Dandelion Day was May 3rd, do the dandelions lose their clocks that day? How about World Sandwich-makers day? Would anyone cheer? Best yet, International … Continue reading

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Evening

It’s the time of year to unwind, go for long walks, be casual, read, go to the theatre, coffee with a friend, or just do nothing … EVENING I pause to consider                    sleeping cats time stretches with each breath an … Continue reading

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How do I Answer the Rain?

  Rain. It comes walloping down by the bucketful, or sifts through the air as a gentle damp. Rain drips from the eaves, gets down my neck, fogs my glasses. But it’s good for reservoirs and gardens … HOW DO … Continue reading

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