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NaPoWriMo Day Twenty-three

top step creaks with frost •
Morning, child fog expanding •
gold floods the hillside. 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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Thursday, Happy Birthday Vincent

Last night brought a return of the cold that knocked me down not so long ago… Not even the Quils seemed to touch it. This morning – no voice at all for awhile. What can you do other than be … Continue reading

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One more thing

I almost forgot to mention that Saturday I saw what I hadn’t seen in two years of one lane bridges in my little hamlet: someone who stopped at the red stoplight and then decided, what the heck, to just go … Continue reading

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