Category Archives: Spring

THE MOVEMENT OF SPRING

The blooming the twittering the looming the jittering, the buzzing the zooming the rising, surprising, pop buds , and pop eyes-ing, the growth that we love and are loath to adjust to or bust to, the wind billow, bent willow, … Continue reading

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THE SPIRIT OF SPRING

The spirit of spring has asserted itself. The splendid canopy of summer is now our striving up-and-comer, rising up to reach as high as this good year will ever swell. Sun climbs, blooms of alls sorts on grasses, bushes, trees … Continue reading

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SPRING–A CHANGING SEASON

A changing season makes its way like biting and surprising treason, as it blooms toward hot sun arc peaking near as high as heaven, up from wet and cold and dark that chills the bone with fierce wind blown to … Continue reading

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SPRING IN SOUND

Birds tweet shrill like the tiny filaments that string a twig-bowed drag across a too-small violin. The freeway rush, the popping violets– both signs of growth predicaments that fan and flag, just as the breeze-blown grass spurts in the spring.

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ANOINT THE DAY, ANOINT YOURSELF

Anoint the day. . . Anoint yourself. . . Dive right in– let your heart sing, at clanging ring of morning bell. Stride right outside, and see the dew and maybe sparkling raindrops too, which yet do cling on both … Continue reading

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A LITTLE GENTLE RAIN FOR YOU

Pitter patter on curved edge of the umbrella, and on the top where it lays flatter, come sprinkle-drizzle gentle drops, My ready ear bends out to hear, what I then send on to you through pixil dots– a little of … Continue reading

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ONE, TWO, THREE– RAIN, SHINE, RAIN

One, two, three, Rain, shine, and rain again, where will we be, after this weather, if ever, whenever our count shall reach all through to ten? What’s good for you may not be good for me, but fortunately, whatever that … Continue reading

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