Tag Archives: nature
Haiku: Well Rested Bulls (for Martha)
Elk resting easy;We all managed our distance;They were unconcerned. (elk photo: Jim Stewart)
Steam rises from thefence; the sun hangs high and round;rain waits patiently. (Sun: ifa.Hawaii.edu; Fence: youtube.com)
Ha. Life O’Wryly has another new one. jrs
Haiku: Fitting Flit
I think the word flit was invented by someone watching chickadees.
A tree in my yard, upheaval in my country. The tree stays the same.
Consciousness, a gift of accelerating time, provides no answers.
Sometimes I am a smoker and a drunk Sometimes I’m not and engage with the world Sometimes whirling and curling I accept all animals as equals Sometimes that is my only hope to accept my own species Lately the arrogance … Continue reading
Here: too warm for Spring, not hot enough for Summer– a nameless season. (figtreepress.co.uk/liminal.htm)
Young Lodgepole Under Snow
White laden—back arched against the brilliant cold— your example locks my admiration and my empathy in an embrace that doesn’t know what to do with itself. My perception puts you in an instant of deep bend, the dance fully engaged, … Continue reading
When the Dream Begins
When the dream begins you are not quite there; you love her rumpled face with the thousand-yard stare, and the dream begins. When the dream begins you focus on the now, you see the path ahead, but you don’t quite see the … Continue reading