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Hope
2022-06-26 22:24
Waiting for something to bloom.  Waiting.   Read More
The World As She Sees It
2022-06-25 15:01
 At least this morning and from the perspective of a petite pot of tea.  Throw into the mix, a roasted head of cauliflower.  Cauliflower being nothing less than a brain’… Read More
Another Month
2022-06-12 16:14
and Puya persists although more coral-like in tone.  One could fall deliciously asleep in that cozy fuzziness.  Might try to this afternoon.    Read More
To Get Up Close To A Puya
2022-05-27 23:32
is a delight for eye & spirit.  This plant sends me into rapture as does the Fuyu persimmon.  If our cats weren't already named (Freddy & Fritz), Puya and Fuyu might have w… Read More
Every Tuesday For The Last Month
2022-05-26 20:20
you're returned to this spot in the dream that begins slowly, becomes complex until it gets to this center and then slowly, patiently (like credits in a movie), unwinds.  Ends.  &n&hell…Read More
An Unbelievable Blue
2022-05-24 21:07
which you want to believe is what you are seeing.  This is the hue of blue which has been watching over you Read More
Flower Spirit
2022-05-23 16:38
 flying toward us.  Perhaps, the next poetry project will be for daisies.     Read More
Childhood Flowers Really Take Hold.
2022-05-19 23:00
I loved over-the-top, showy peonies as a kid.  From a tight round bud, an exuberance of pink, or white, or both.  Fragrant to match their drama.  Haven't seen them much since… Read More
Unexpected And Delighted
2022-05-14 15:56
I'm gaga for Puya.  Puya raimondii, queen of the Andes.  I thought Bancroft Succulent Gardens had removed this plant, but nope there are two of these at Bancroft and lots more diff… Read More
Nest -- Inside & Out
2022-05-08 21:32
This for sure:  there is always something inside and something outside the nest.  a sentient watching and a sentient being watched   Read More
It Only Takes
2022-04-28 22:43
one unruly leaf and yet the pond doesn’t seem concerned.  Interesting lesson.   Read More
Tutus
2022-04-28 22:38
Now is the time for nature’s ruffled tutus. The name bearded is a bit inappropriate, don’t you think? Read More
Cosmic Eye
2022-04-25 16:02
Consider this the next time you walk by a couple of small rocks—the cosmic eye is often embedded in a rock.  How celestial, is that!   Read More
Globe Lilies
2022-04-24 17:45
 State parks are cathedrals.  Nothing like open-air breathing.  Around this time, you feel life quivering.  Time to dance Read More
How Paper Sees
2022-04-24 17:41
ink. Perhaps, how paper anticipates the next gesture.  What are you anticipating?  What, gesturing  Read More
Don't Be Fooled
2022-04-09 18:15
California poppies are never singular.  It's the law of wildflowers and their friends. Also, called community Read More
Nothing Static
2022-04-02 04:06
 about language, especially when poetry involved.  And if the sun is shining, well there you have it.   Read More
Surrounded By Conversations
2022-03-27 15:01
Not just the usual eavesdropping in a favorite coffee.  Consider morning conversing with night.  Perhaps, conversation is a related to negotiation.  Think about that.  &n&hell…Read More
Spring Is
2022-03-25 14:19
a jumble of the unexpected -- welcomed.  Much like a meal of leftovers nourishes eyes & body Read More
I Happened To Be There
2022-03-19 17:15
to witness the annual blooming of the Puya in SF's Arboretum.  Otherwordly and majestic bromeliads. Queen of the Andes. I came, I saw, I'm grateful.    Read More
Shadow As New Growth
2022-03-15 13:38
succulents being experts at this.  What adventure will you accept today as it is more difficult to see shadows in the rain.    Read More
The World Is Spinning
2022-03-11 22:18
Perhaps, what would be helpful is a pinwheel.  And a proper lunch with a friend.  Then a long, long leisurely walk.  Not harm will be created.   Read More
When A Line Or Two
2022-02-23 20:20
try to corral the blurry, the outcome is never a given.  Our perhaps it is all perspective, and the blurry is trying to obscure the line.  For sure, perspective is never a singular… Read More
Perhaps Because February
2022-02-04 21:32
is the most petite month of the year, it seems to me to be slightly on tilt.  This, of course, is just one woman's observation.  I could say the same about peas.   Read More
Who Doesn't Love
2022-01-31 23:54
pink if she/he is being honesteven if ribbons are involvedespecially with a spotof green Read More
Always
2022-01-31 23:52
pay attentionto shadowsthis is the great lessonof Grandmother Spiderespecially auspiciouson Tuesdays Read More
Sit And See
2022-01-17 19:24
 ah! those 3 trees sometimes what nourishes is waiting for you to simply see Read More
Look Down
2022-01-07 17:52
 Wonder awaits.  At anklebone-level, no less.  May 2022 be a year of seeing wonder.   Read More
Walking
2021-12-29 19:09
and the shadows it creates.  Not to mention the stories, the imaginary friends.  Those friends remembered. A few spilled leaves Read More
Not Understanding
2021-12-28 16:59
an image (a piece of art, a piece of writing, a combination of such) doesn't preclude enjoyment.  There's joy in the experiencing.   Read More
Most Definitely
2021-12-27 18:17
 the voice in a dream!  Of which -- dreaming that is -- I am doing much of late.  Less cooking.  Wonder why?   Read More
And If I Told You...
2021-12-26 17:50
this is an image of an empty glass put through an app to add color, would you think the glass half empty?  Read More
Meet Dear, Eleanor
2021-12-25 17:17
It's that day and raining here -- a blessing.  I imagine in your neighborhood, you are counting snowflakes.  Drops and flakes.  Flakes and drops.  Be peaceful, dear frien… Read More
Makes My Mind Giddy
2021-12-04 17:38
and go in circles: sugar maples ablaze in December.  I want to cook up some spicy tomato sauce, roast red peppers, craft a few giddy one-line poems.  Wear a pair of my many red sho… Read More

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