Tag Archives: Nerves

STREET REPAIR

Street repair. . . It takes an awful lot of noise to fix the cracks and pits the chips and nicks, and what all else they’re digging for all too nearby, out there. Drills’ shrill pounding, deep resounding, hits me … Continue reading

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WHEN YOU NEED IT NOW

When you need it now, but you think you cannot have it, or else, you think that what you’d have to do to get it would wreak havoc, it’s time to feel that poor dear part of you that feels … Continue reading

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IT’S DARK, BUT EQUINOCTICAL

It’s dark, but here being neighbor to the park, though with a roof to keep heat in, warm my body, and protect my head, I sense the point-like beams of stars. . . it feels post-equinoctical, though to you it … 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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