Monthly Archives: April 2011

MORNING WINDS

New leaves dance on branches moved by breezes chased from the bay up the gulch and over the ridge. Does the wind have as much fun as I imagine? Do grasses love the winds caress? Do trees hear the winds’ … Continue reading

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Earth Bound

EarthBound If we walk in the shoes of our neighbors’ old news, >there’s a chance he might call you brother. Righting the wrong is only part of the song the balance is up to each other. Eye to eye sight … Continue reading

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Finding Richard

Peering over the curvature of the earth, I should say belly, my Richard seems so small and far away. I recognize that my eyesight is diminished, so glasses, where are my glasses? Now memory, now. Where’s my memory? Where’s my … Continue reading

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Rubber Ducky

The exhausted tsunami pushed the last wave and rippled across the entire San francisco bay, not to mention the Pacific Ocean, after wreaking havoc on a nation that prepared it’s buildings and its power on the known but not the … Continue reading

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Country Music

refrain I’ll forgive me you forgive you we’ll forgive each other,but the truth is we’re through, we’re history, we’re history laughter was a sometimes, stormy silence everyday what’s wrong with this picture is it doesn’t go away we’re history, we’re … Continue reading

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Mourning morning

Mornings are missing I’m sad to declare. I’d noticed that’s so but I wasn’t aware How much you had opened my eyes to this time When daylight is walking and starting to climb The limbs of the trees so the … Continue reading

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