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Wind blows in over water tops White caps rise, fall and roll Tempted by nature, Cliffs drop one rock at a time Into our palms We carry these rocks to a new homeStack them up against the west wallWatch water darken... Continue Reading →

Life moves under sun And water The other Elbow Rubs against my mind Catch a glimpse of star Under all that sky Wait as the cold Sneaks down into your ears Back on the mountain Spinning in all that ice... Continue Reading →

October twenty-second

Breath All of Falls' breaths are a message Hair tangled in her fingers Leaves rushing at legs Her pressure against my back Caressing each step forward I call out to that wildness That divides summer and winter She whistles back... Continue Reading →

October first

Puddle on the bed The angry cries of the cat Have called me from deep slumber He is hurt and cannot move Curled in the warm spot against me The angry cries of the cat Crows warn through the cold... Continue Reading →

Some other god

I never wrote about the thunder Last week when the aquifers filled And the high stalks of hollyhocks Grew ever tall, the sunflowers towered Awoke today to grey clouds The song this evening was the rain We felt honored with... Continue Reading →

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