Monthly Archives: October 2014

BY THE FRONT DOOR

Driving by the neighborhood roads I’ve reveled in the sight of sprawling golden leaves coating the lawns. Sandy said,” I want a whole bag-full of those leaves, just to have them.” This morning, my bronchitis almost gone, I picked up … Continue reading

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CONVERSATION

WHENEVER I read a poem for the first time, I start out eager to explore. ( please be advised that this is not the way to treat a poem) Because in the middle I am so curious as to where … Continue reading

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A ‘DAILY’

At 4am I awoke, looked out my window, and across the parking lot I saw 3 large deer silently walking east at the far edge. I went back to bed but could not sleep, so got up again, looking for … Continue reading

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