Tag Archives: Night

JUNE FIREWORKS SOUND

Fireworks sound warm fog air veils the stars. . . Modest the length of the near-solstice night, when measured in hours. . . Then, like Ben Franklin, the June sun is early to rise at its dawn, and then arcs … Continue reading

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I AM A PEEP

I am a peep. I am a pipe. I am a megaphone. I make a sound that to distant lands resounds. I make a sight that starts small and faint but grows to tall and very bright. My presence shall … Continue reading

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MAGIC WAITING TO BE NOTICED

Life is full of magic just waiting to be noticed. . . So, see it, seize it, lift it, wield it, Go to sleep, and there, recall above reside the stars. . . Day breaks– Wake up, and breathe it. … Continue reading

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SCREEN TIME SCRUTINY

Screen. Scrutiny. Where have I, what have I for how long have I been, by some cyber captain commandeered– (It’s weird), captivated, fascinated, energized and enervated. . . Both night and day. . . And right ’bout now it seems … Continue reading

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WINTER SLEEP CALLS

Sleep calls. Habits, shapes of rabbits, by wry coincidence, seen in the ceIling cracks or walls. . . Shadows beckon of next spring, while we are still here wintering, in hopes our next snowflake to glance, to lick, our next … Continue reading

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DAYTIME IN A WINK (OR BLINK)

Daytime. Quick winter sun climb. Quick night fall. If we’re to seize the day at all, we must embrace, and maybe kiss it– attend to it as a small babe that needs our love. . . for yea, indeed, if … Continue reading

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THE CHARM AND DANGER OF A CRYSTAL BALL

The charm and danger of a crystal ball. What you would know could seize and hold thee in its thrall. Adieu, good night, let sleep’s strange dreams do better to illumine heart mind and soul in a way that steers … Continue reading

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