Monthly Archives: June 2011

Loving It

Wow! Shoulda seen the baby robin in the bird bath, splashing water over its wings, bobbin’ up and down, more splashing, then hopped up onto the rim of the fountain and flapped and fluffed itself nearly dry, then looked down … Continue reading

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Pocket Lint & Stuff

Emptying My Pants Pockets for Monday’s Wash 1. My worn scuffed leather wallet with sand falling from the crease. 2. One white garlic bulb with a dried tan stem, which I dug up when digging a hole to transplant the … Continue reading

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Eat More Poetry

Dear Reader, I have finally figured out how to add a Blogroll to my side bar, and so here are links to some of my favorite Colorado poets. Enjoy, and eat more poetry, it’s good for you. Jim

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Illusions or Delusions

Robin in the tree Reflected in the puddle. Black cat lunges — Splash! (oh, so many times I have taken a leap into my illusions and come up soaking wet.)

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Waters of the Heart

On Pueblo reservoir Bob guns the motor and huge rooster tails of water fly up and shatter water into thousands of drops, misty spray, splashing into the sky– but no matter how fast we go, no matter how much the … Continue reading

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First Flight (final)

First Flight So — for weeks we watched baby robins popping up their heads, opening their beaks to mama’s feedings of moths other winged things and bugs. Yesterday one baby on wobbly legs, stood up,  and inched out onto the flat of … Continue reading

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Light and Fire

“What is to give light must endure burning.” Victor Frankl

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