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Category Archives: Poems
The Cliffs of Normandy Fifty years after, walking on flat ground above the water, vast to the sight and empty yet, steel blue, placid like the black cows grazing on the furrowed field sky a colored mirror watching, waiting, breath … Continue reading
Marital Ship of State Ego objects, but heart may await course adjustment to marital state gentle strength takes the helm guides the journey to harmony’s realm fair wind ahead – bear up and away loving limits save the day. Everyone … Continue reading
I I saw this sign recently outside a local restaurant. Is poetry hard? Not for Bob Dylan. Being enigmatic, this sign evokes him.
Bob (Nobel Laureate for Literature) Dylan Words weave their magic soft voice of power spins spell Dylan wins Nobel New York Times article on Dylan’s Nobel win some of Dylan’s influences
FLYCATCHER GREEN Welcome whistler better than sticky paper cheeps from nearby tree
I have a new book of poetry – Bright Moon WanderingI would be very happy if you took a look and gave me your thoughts!
A River’s Season To every thing there is a season. For a river, there is a time to build, and a time to cut away a time to slow down, and a time to speed up a time to sparkle, … Continue reading
On their return trip to Earth from the Moon, the Apollo 11 astronauts photographed Earth as a crescent. NASA original image data dated on or about July 20, 1969Vegetation as seen by Suomi NPP Satellite/credit NASA/NOAA Images crafted from a year’s worth … Continue reading
Jersey Girl Leaves Home Oak trees dense tall tops so high she must lie on the ground to see them shade the broad expanse of lawn and grace her daily life Sense of place so strong, breaking it is a … Continue reading