Tag Archives: Trees

THE SANDS OF TIME FLOW INTO WINTER

The hour glass allows the sands to run– it doesn’t ask what you might want. . . Right through the eight-shaped bulbs grains flow straight down, and curve into a rounded heap, be it in fog light flat or intermittent … Continue reading

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RED AND GREEN AND BROWN AND GOLD

There is the red and green and brown and gold, fall shrinking leaves, which people beautifully that pair of Western Redbush trees that, catching slanting autumn light, shone from behind, do kiss my eyes. . . These trees I see … Continue reading

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FLYING CREATURES

Flying creatures flit and flutter ‘mongst the bushes, flowers and trees, along with clouds and wind, the soaring aspect of all nature. . . Some buzz, some chirp, some swoop, some siphon nectar, each along its special vector. . . … Continue reading

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THE MOVEMENT OF SPRING

The blooming the twittering the looming the jittering, the buzzing the zooming the rising, surprising, pop buds , and pop eyes-ing, the growth that we love and are loath to adjust to or bust to, the wind billow, bent willow, … Continue reading

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THE SPIRIT OF SPRING

The spirit of spring has asserted itself. The splendid canopy of summer is now our striving up-and-comer, rising up to reach as high as this good year will ever swell. Sun climbs, blooms of alls sorts on grasses, bushes, trees … Continue reading

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WONDERFUL FALL

Think of wonders. . . graceful light, memories that elicit tears, warm feelings, and delight. . . sun slung in a much lower cant, than when nearer summer solstice our days ran. . . ambient power supporting purging all those … Continue reading

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IF A TREE FALLS IN THE WOOD

If a tree falls in the wood, and no one’s there to hear, does it really make a sound?– The question’s more or less profound. But fall it does– though not one human body knows. And, either way, it’s just … Continue reading

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