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Goodbye Niagara

She sighs Deep at the end of adventure day And snuggled into down on the Expanse of the last hotel bed. It's like violets in a field during summer Somewhere like she imagines Canada Could be in warm months. She... Continue Reading →

Life over Landscape

The creek will run again Snowflakes of April obscure Mountain outlines at the End of my lens The creek covered and angry With the wind Many miles north the land is Painted in brown and orange In between all this--cliff... Continue Reading →

Common

Two minutes and ten and thirty Out in the world the snow falls Blankets a place that's not mine Moment to moment, time ticking Loses not a second We're propelled into futures One street, long adapting Cars above and earth... Continue Reading →

Nursery Rhyme

Fluffy little snow flakes Came falling on the roof Crystals of water painting The whole world white Out came the sun And water soon to flow And the fluffy little snow flakes Took over the kitchen

Walking

under a blanket of grey I am touched by winter's quiet any movement seems subdued against the coldness in the air so many wish to move so many sit silently they watch from their windows (the geese fly by in formation)... Continue Reading →

Orange Sky Song

The sky is orange. It is not the subtle fragrance of nakedness that implores me along the earth searching for wet, moist soil; But the fact that I can see nothing but white for miles, and I know the earth... Continue Reading →

Hail

All hail the winter queen She is peering at us through Her somewhat sleepy eyes of blue As her lips fold easily into a smile. All hail the winter queen She is raw energy, swirling snow 'round in a torrent... Continue Reading →

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