Monthly Archives: April 2008

A DAY LATE

Yesterday was Sunday, and I wanted to share with you seven lines of poetry that gladden my heart. It’s not too late to slip it in today: “MORNING SONG Look, it’s morning, and a little water gurgles in the tap. … Continue reading

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EASING IN

It should be dawn about now. No way to know since there’s a mist outside. Even the birds are quiet. Coffee is hot by my side and I picked up a book on my way here. It opened to this: … Continue reading

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POETIC MEDICINE

It’s still APRIL! Since my last post in April, my studio has been transformed, I have adopted “turtle” stance and I’ve figured out how to come back here and share again. Unusual for April to be a long dry time, … Continue reading

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APRIL’S WORLD

April mornings often look like snow from my bed. Checking it out, I see it’s only fog. April fog has a shimmer not found in any other season. Apparently, it was often thus even in a 19th century April. Words … Continue reading

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Testing the Ground

This past weekend I noticed the tiny buds on the trees outside my window. No longer the stark bare branches making patterns against the sky before sunrise. I want to skip ahead, like a 5-year old, to find Spring at … Continue reading

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