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A tree in my yard, upheaval in my country. The tree stays the same.
Bleeding from twenty small cuts on my arms and legs; yard work has a price. (www.osoti.net)
This rumble under my butt hums, a rising, falling cadence that seeks and destroys the walls accumulated throughout my head. Each haphazardly laid stone marries another to channel my thoughts in a straight and narrow path of least resistance. Begone, … Continue reading
Heat creeps, ready to pounce, cook us to fork done, until night licks our bones, gleaming in the moonlight. (top: en.wikipedia.org; bottom: ask.com)
Fishing is a joy; knee-deep in so much liquid. What a total gas! (top: trout-fly-fishing.com; the beav: riversbendflyfishing.com)
Wet snap rolling through; my hat loosens but stays on. The rain kisses me. (top: katu.com; happy feet: blogs.reed.edu)
Walking tracks, bright sun, cold bites around the edges: a day with promise.
A rainy morning: I wonder who I might be; the windows are streaked. Trees await my scrutiny; is it windier out there? (top: situation-kunst.de; bottom: controlyourcash.com)
Moss spreads through my lawn. It’s green and soft: no mowing. What is wrong with moss? (top: hdwallpapersfactory.com; bottom: mountainmoss.com)
Trees twisting in fear, creak in a blustery dance: the muscular wind. (top: wallmu.com; bottom: imgkid.com)