Tag Archives: Bird

ROADBLOCK

What blocks my road is heavy, much too large a load to move. It’s really best, and I am blessed, for it will prove my stepping stone. No need from my best path to swerve around in some careening, wicked … Continue reading

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MOURNING AND JOY

The still air carries the mournful sound of a lone flute. A symphony lurks between the feathers in the flutter of a bird as it springs into flight. The oars stroke through reflective dark water ripples sound like wet whispers … Continue reading

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ARCHAEOLOGY

Digging through what, to most eyes, just looks like trash. . . A shard, a clue, an arrowhead deft-chipped from black volcanic glass. Unearth what was, detect the trace of bird’s eye flash, with twitch of tiny sparrow’s head. . … Continue reading

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