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Hopelessly in Love with Spring

“To be interested in the changing seasons is … a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.” ~ George Santayana Spring knocked on my door this morning, all dressed in pink, babbling about the daffodils. … Continue reading

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Fraiku: Kiss

I lean towards your faceas the Earth tilts to the Sunand Spring draws near

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Fraiku: Equinox

Sun skims horizon one last dayin the Arctic— a failed experimentto untilt the planet   (For this week’s Living Poetry Prompt, though I only used two of the three words supplied and, of course, Wednesday’s Equinox. Happy Autumn to my … Continue reading

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Pink Confetti

Pink Confetti from the eastern redbudlitters the parking lotwhere I walk a tightropeof concrete wheel stopslike the boy I was long agoconfident as a balanced eggthat the tilt of the earthwon’t pull me askewthis first day of spring Happy March … Continue reading

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Happy Equinox!

I celebrated the September Equinox with a virtual visit to Charles House to talk autumnal poetry with the folks there. We spent the last fifteen minutes composing one of our own and it turned out pretty good so I stole … Continue reading

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