Monthly Archives: March 2016

Another Spring Haiku

Song sparrows spill trills across a flashing blue sky Spring flings herself in Advertisements

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Why You should Have Taken Me With You

You hung me up on tenterhooks this morning Attending surgeon’s consult on your own, Just as you did yesterday without warning Calling from the doctor’s on the phone. Have you not figured out yet that my peace Depends on yours … Continue reading

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Fibonacci for Spring

Damp chills the wind until all Winter’s bitterness spirals away into grey skies leaves us alone with our joyful anticipation of life’s gentle reawakening into another Springful of sweet happiness.

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Seedling

They turn and yearn toward light any light even cold blue-yellow false light- Mr. Right-Now keeps them alive in the cold days lonely days until their lover Sun blasts heat saves them feeds every need making flowers and fruit.

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Kindness (a Fibonacci poem)

Each rich gesture of kindness ignites another spiraling out into a world frozen hard in a winter-frost of hardening hearts

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Garden Song

Garlic humming underground Sends up now a different sound: Tallish, reedy, like a flute Sends up green and branchy shoot. Potted bay sings other songs To the sky for which it longs Sees it for now behind glass Waiting for … Continue reading

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Spring Is the Hungry Season

They shine, these silver days that promise Spring When bits of sun light up forgotten things, Like trowels that have lain too long unused By double-bladed Klingon garden tools. Even through closed windows, I can hear Birdsong that’s been missing … Continue reading

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