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Poem of the week

june 20th

wind plays liquid dominoe runs with grass, seeds soft amethyst sea. Below azure smooth, boats small as white moths rising from our feet as we wade...
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threshold - another go at this

At woods' beginning, lapped in May's riches : cobalt-violet periwinkles peep through indigo hung croziers - bluebells' throng - sleek-cool, sap-full...
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Poem of the week

28th April

from a house roof chimneys like trumpet valve keys release a soaring solo seagull's heartbeat into untouched silence beside this pavement wind-lipped...
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virus

Rain pulses on a tarmac eel grey muscles sleeking down to town. Dock leaves’ green fanfares burst from dark mud and trees seethe with finches’ cheeps...
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rivers

rivers - once revered liquid addresses for deities of equilibrium with gravity pull caravans of wet welded into muscled power, sprung from Earth like...

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479 of my comments have received 488 Great Feedback votes

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Thank you for explaining

Posted on Sun, 28 Feb 2021

Thank you for explaining

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Posted in The Ascent of a Dog Rose

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yes, I believe this, too.

Posted on Sun, 28 Feb 2021

yes, I believe this, too. Belief in the rightness of nature makes all things cling to life, that whatever we suffer now will pass, just as winter does, or rain breaks the chains of drought.

I had to look up oscine :0)

Couldn't find...

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Posted in The Ascent of a Dog Rose

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So glad you are OK :0) Bits

Posted on Wed, 24 Feb 2021

So glad you are OK :0) Bits of my garden even moss and ferns say it's too dark, am contemplating trying a mushroom farm

Ross is right, if you've not read any Robin Hobb yet, the Fitz ones should come first. I was so happy to find my sister...

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Posted in The Hive

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That's an interesting thought

Posted on Wed, 24 Feb 2021

That's an interesting thought! Maybe it is the difference between human hermits and socialites? I wonder if soliary bees are mentally different from drones etc? Very different only to be responisible for yourself. Before the pandemic kept hearing...

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Posted in The Hive

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What a beautiful memory!

Posted on Thu, 25 Feb 2021

What a beautiful memory!

I am so sorry if you are feeling small today. Your ability to express your thoughts is as great as ever, as is the wisdom learned from your experiences  "we are all like ants going about our business, with our own...

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Posted in Timely Leisure Spent With You

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That makes me think I

Posted on Wed, 24 Feb 2021

That makes me think I misunderstood it completely! I am sorry. I did really like it though :0)

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Posted in Forgotten Souls

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I have had "urban penumbra"

Posted on Wed, 24 Feb 2021

I have had "urban penumbra" going through my head since reading this last night, just the sound of it is so satisfying. I did not know what penumbra was, but have often thought about the sort of light and shadows streetlights make, each one a...

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Posted in Forgotten Souls

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Am not sure what to reply to

Posted on Sun, 21 Feb 2021

Am not sure what to reply to that, except will leave it  Thankyou :0)

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Posted in deer

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This is full of amazing

Posted on Tue, 23 Feb 2021

This is full of amazing contrasts, movement, it is WONDERFUL

 

"seethes, beyond gravity:

breaks time's grip in a motion

that feels unstoppable. "

 

"wind is caught

in the cotton of bulrush, past...

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Posted in Hymns of Stone

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What a  vibrant, skillful

Posted on Sat, 13 Feb 2021

What a  vibrant, skillful uplifting, comforting piece of writing, I enjoyed it very much, thank you!

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Posted in Sidewalks, Bicycles, Ice Cream, Barbecues...and Friends

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