Category Archives: NaPoWriMo

NaPoWriMo Day Twenty-two

standing in a park cold breeze mutes the noisy crowd wishing the earth well focussed on intent, sending hope for the future something we all must work for must come with action. Short poem today – a couple days of … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo, Day Twenty-One

I got up very early this morning to go to the book sale in Williamstown and I’d been warned that these bags would be with the “vintage” books but little did I imagine just how mysterious and irresistible they would … 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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Tuesday, A day of doing stuff and more stuff and paint.

Got up early this morning to deal with car stuff. When they did a recall a month or so ago, they broke my cruise control. I’ve just been busy. Anyway, Saturday, the “check engine” light came on so today was … Continue reading

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