Tag Archives: Creek

MORNING WALK IN COOL CREEK SHADE

Morning walk in cool creek shade amused by pups that on me wish to hop, a neighbor met, a pleasant talk. . . That done and said, the day’s bright path toward higher ground, forth right from here is amply … Continue reading

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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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CREAKING CREEK

Creek under reconstruction. . . will this time be a more successful take than the last one, restoring more the order of Creation, tucked neatly in the den of rampant civilization?, after upheaval to a degree almost unreal?– giant scooping … Continue reading

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THE KINSHIP OF A PRISTINE RIVER AND AN URBAN CREEK

When I crave the clean of pristine river, but what’s in reach is just an urban creek. . . it is the mountain rush that makes me blush, even with the slowest flow of living water merely a little dip … Continue reading

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CHEWING OUT A DROUGHT

Chewsday again. . . lunching in my wild garden. . . painstaking chewing by the ones and fives and tens. . . I see sad grounds I need to tend, but with each chew, my groundedness and sense come marching … Continue reading

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