Monthly Archives: February 2015

Saturday Morning Haiku

Saturday morning. I putter around, play yards of solitaire, feel like I’m waiting for something: the phone call, the snow, spring, or Jim to get up, or to time to go to the meeting. I lie down to follow the … Continue reading

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Scrabbling for Grace- a typewriter poem

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Footprints in Snow

The ice fell, then the snow, which froze, which is now peckled with the stepping of birds, then finally the sun. . . and then these footprints, my footprints in the shape of those wide soles of my fleece boots where I walked … Continue reading

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Only the Breeze of Wings – a typewriter poem


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This Frigid Wind – a typewriter poem


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Winter Limbs – a typewriter poem

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Who Dances the Fire – a typewriter postcard poem

the postcard

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Now the Veiled Moon – a typewriter postcard poem

(Typo: your guess, is it meant to be “love” or “low”?) the postcard:

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This Morning The Birds –

Ice fell in the late afternoon and then a dusting of snow. The temperatures fell and when I got up at dawn it felt like 1 below. The air is clear and utterly still now at sunrise. Only the song … Continue reading

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The Morning Moon – a typewriter postcard poem

the postcard:

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