Monthly Archives: November 2018

A Gardener Watches Blown Snow

Diamonds driven by water-winds hiss against my windows frozen fire crackling burning coldcrisped leaves where vines still tether pods of purpleblack beans. Ferns bowing to the rush of switchback winds tempt my gardener’s hands into the frigid world calling it … Continue reading

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Will She Miss Us? (Sonnet on climate change)

Broad Earth with heat and moisture generates Both high-topped clouds and low black nimbus, too From her own waters, deep volcano’s flue, Reflected light and warmth that percolates— Till low plains by her oceans turn to seas As if her … Continue reading

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Love-ish Haiku

broad Earth generates her own clouds, mists, rains, thunder Sun still shines above

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