Monthly Archives: October 2019

A BIG OLD BOX

A big old box, more big than me, and cold– a modern-day necessity, solid sustenance a while fresh to hold. . . The trusty, old one served us well, last legs beyond, though tired, as tired as tired could be, … Continue reading

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SERGE ON THE SURF

Someone called his name out toward the waves. . . his board through bay breakers roared, pulled up and forward by ripping winds blowing up the fabric of arching kite puffed out in flight. . . His black wetsuit that … Continue reading

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IN SEARCH OF A POEM

[Written for the currently running poetry challenge linked to below. Consider joining in, if you feel so moved, whether you consider yourself a poet or not]. A poem some words that we chose different from workaday everyday normal-speak we also … Continue reading

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PENCIL POEM

Etched in my mind my memory, my vision of desire. . . a hoop atop a tiny wand billows bubbles into being. . . irridescent rainbow swirls play upon their wobbly floating shimmying convexity, subtle, see-through spheres, delighting children, dogs, … Continue reading

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