Tag Archives: fall

Requiem

A plain white cross stands amid dun cattails in wind like a sore throat. Tom and Suzanne were nearly killed one snowy night — a jolt — the winter before they divorced. The maples already are bare and the aspen have gone … Continue reading

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desire

watching brown leaves fall and land on wind skimmed waters I miss you again

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northern autumn haiku

a finespun yearning to taste one wild strawberry — winter closing in

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haiku

October maples blaze like campfires in the night of evergreen jack pines

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23 geese

23 geese form a ragged arrow shooting south across a smudgy sky cold nights spark red maple fires down the hill that ends at the shore wind turns the big lake over and over restless and gulping the face of … Continue reading

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