Category Archives: In the neighborhood

NaPoWriMo Day Twenty-three

top step creaks with frost •
Morning, child fog expanding •
gold floods the hillside. Continue reading

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Calling it done

I’ve been working on this most of the week, on and off, and I’m calling it done. I learned a lot doing it and I’m pretty darn pleased with how it turned out. Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo Day Twenty

Laying paint film by glaze by blotch •
reveling in the occasionally brilliant stroke Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo, Day Nineteen

Had this notion on the way to work about the color of the world seeping up toward the sky in spring but on the way home I saw my first of the wonderful white flowering shrubs that to me really … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo, Day Twelve

Haven’t you heard the effect of peepers zooming by in the night? I wanted to write you words tonight driving home from work, after a movie but I watched the world instead. The highway rolled by, familiar, random red dots … Continue reading

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