Tag Archives: Spring

A BREATH OF MUSIC FROM UP HIGH

Birdsong unraveling like a sweet, shrill piece of spiral tape confetti bursting from a paper bottle party favor in the bright spring air. Advertisements

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SPRING IS IN THE AIR

Spring is the air. . . In my heart. . . In my step, next, When I allow the little buds within me just to be there. Give them sun, give them love, and proper feed, attend and give exactly … Continue reading

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CLEARING THE SLATE OF UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Slogged through to finish a dragging piece of much too long unfinished business, still not quite ready now, to decompress and celebrate, and feel how on this track to do my very best, +++++though compared +++++with pure perfection +++++it certainly … Continue reading

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WHAT COMES IN SPRING

Some sunshine to drench the sky, the morning cold nip in the air, the lingering winter grief to weep its last, its last-year squeak, while moistening glistening ball of eye, the quickening days the faster-lifting day top haze that clears … Continue reading

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THE NEW ROADS OF FRIDAY NIGHT

Friday night. . . sighting all new roads and byways, expanding mind that cuts new eyeways seen with brand new wonder-sight, scouting down the lines for the new footpaths I can start, to take me to the kind of time … Continue reading

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QUICK TRIP TO THE ARCHIVES (of The Danforth Anchor)

A really Quick Poem. Written in the Quickening Season, two years ago. Revisited today, because I remembered the title while on my WET walk. In the Slowing Season. Similar, and yet completely different. https://elainedanforth.wordpress.com/2013/03/06/walk-accomplished/

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BEFORE THE HEAT BEGINS TO BLISTER

Now’s the time to reconcile and mend, with your neighbors and your kin– on anything that has been rent, or over which you’ve grown to differ. If you can, go make your overture with grace and style, considering it won’t … Continue reading

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