Tag Archives: Woods

A garden of tanka . . .

in the loud silence of wind and birdsong, I sow forget-me-not seeds from a small paper packet filled with our love’s story                            Lynx XXVI:2, June 2011 I’m never happier than when I’m in my garden . . . unless, … Continue reading

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Bumblebee rumble . . .

bumblebees in flight leather-clad couples rev up their mating cycles I live just off a popular scenic drive, which, once the weather turns nice, hums with the buzz of hundreds of born-to-be-wild weekend bikers.  Their appearance, like the appearance of … Continue reading

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“Lucky” around town . . .

I live just far enough outside of town to qualify for saying the phrase “I’m going to town” whenever I head that way.  I like that.  It makes me feel like a pioneer heading up the trail in search of new adventures.  … Continue reading

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