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She’s really just a princess in a greenblue gown

The poetry of earth is never dead. – John Keats  :: She laughs in flowersstrikes the violin strings of stormhums in birdwing to remind us life’s a song.  Her dance is treeswayshimmered moonspill on the seathe thrum of heart to ocean wave.  She … Continue reading

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Mother, May I?

“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of each.” — Henry David Thoreau .. We wish for truth in shades of black and white. It comes … Continue reading

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Cause for Pause

.. The earth is stirring (the whole moves; and every part stands still) her great round head, hands pressed deep to ocean’s breast. She’s allowed her heartbeat to wander just south of the sunrise, the moon to dip its golden … Continue reading

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