Monthly Archives: April 2011

Sweet

This afternoon As I exited the grocery store — Right in front of me, this girl in white jeans Wrapped her arms around her boyfriend (I assume) And they engaged in lip locking kisses. Dropping from his hands Coins clinked … Continue reading

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Mother Nature

Mother Nature “Mother! How sweet of you to sugar crust with snow the new grapevine leaves, baby grapes. So thoughtful of you. Freezing ice on the tiny pin-headed oregano sprouts, not to mention the killing glaze on the pink blossoms. … Continue reading

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Sunward

Our three-year-old peach tree Shivers in the dawn’s cold I tell it, “Hang tight brother, We’re turning sunward. Always.”

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Snow on the Blossom

Heart String This is a string of words unspooling from my heart to yours. Last night’s snow covers the blooming blossoms. Once opened, the blossom never returns to the close fisted bud. It either dies, fruitless, or sheds off the … Continue reading

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Art Goodtimes Visits

Art Goodtimes Visit Poet Laureate, fellow poets Bread, Wine, Poetry, Laughter.

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Seven Yellow Daffodils

The Seven Yellow Daffodils So beautiful in their loveliness you have to slide them closer to the window to pour more light into their yellow chalices. Seven yellow daffodils, seven yellow sacraments of the universe. The scent of their incense … Continue reading

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Tree Rings

Tree Rings Before I paint red the end stubs of two-by-fours, I touch the tree rings; is this the year the last grizzly reigned in Colorado? Life in the forest with everyone absent. Tree rings mirror cosmic circles. Secrets ring … Continue reading

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