Tag Archives: Outdoors

HERE COMES THE RAIN, SO DANCE AND SING

Here comes the rain again. Therefore, get out, stand forth, And, like Gene Kelly, dance and sing, and spread your laughter and your joyful smiles for miles, to sweep round east and west and south and north, the marks of … Continue reading

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THEN AND NOW– THE WAY OF THE WORLD

We have things now, gadgets, stuff, waxy plastic paper cups, and wonderful machines, for which, once, there was no knowing or know-how to fit them in our hand or cuff– or rashly make or think them up– not even in … Continue reading

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THE LIGHT OF DAY

Yes, you can remain within, and curse the darkness, well before the black rain storm or the night begins. on days like these, with their dim, oblique-hung sun, which, if it shines at all, does so intermittently, in stingy sparseness, … Continue reading

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EVENTIDE

Eventide. . . fresh darkness rings the big, soft chirp of crowding little crickets that sing their song outside, and soothe by entering my ear, As fresh-wafting, crisp cool air makes whispers ‘cross my skin and breathes me deep, though … Continue reading

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GRATEFUL FOR THE MEAL, THE GREAT OUTDOORS, AND EVEN MOM

Grateful for this summer’s day, though, for my taste, I could find another yet so much more lovely and more temperate. . . Grateful to the great outdoors with branches overhead instead of roofs. . . with dirt and growing … Continue reading

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