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haiku: praise clouds

bike wheels are spinning spoke prayers into the sky whipping up praise clouds

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Seney Swamp

Hard light cracked open the sky and scattered little eggshell clouds like the little gods of little sinners. Love wades hip-deep in dark waters naked as an eight-point buck scratching its way through the cedars.

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Found verse

(From the essay “Writers in the Storm,” by Kathryn Schulz in The New Yorker, Nov. 23, 2015, in a section about Alexandra Harris’s Weatherland) …the association between minds and clouds from the cumulus shape of the cartoon thought bubble to … Continue reading

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Middleaugust

Red eye, bloodshot, peeking past the cool frazzy horizon. Now hiding behind heiferclouds, I see your goldenrays and wonder of the wind on my forelimbs where self ends and world resumes.

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A Turning of Mid-Winter

From sky to snowy hills, only shades of gray in the still of evening, yet there is, briefly, after a bitter week of wind and cold, a sense of lightening, of a loosening of the heavy ropes of winter that … Continue reading

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The Young Dead Speak Ill of the Old Dead

They complain about the food, lack thereof; they talk and they talk of the unfairness of afterlife; how the old dead have their heads in the clouds; how no one listens anymore, and never did. The old dead shuffle with … Continue reading

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