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A Leaf’s Life

wind whipping wildly affecting the leaves of the trees like a crop against a mare’s hind lashing and impeding the beauty and origin of a leaf’s duty: to catch the rays Or wistfully whirling engaging the presence of a sinister

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So Says the Daisy to the Sun

  “What if I were to say,”says the daisy to the sun, “that I will not bare my beauty to the world if you do not shine down upon me more often.” So says the sun to the mere daisy,”my

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The Quality of Being

Low grass                                                                            

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Seafarer’s Salute

Seafarers depart from Camden Harbor hoisting weathered lines setting salty sails as church bells chime at the five o’clock hour the goings the comings of a busy day yachts demand dock dinghies dodging windjammers yet strangely serene happenings on the

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Chase ’til Eternity

Clouds frozen in time a pocket watch waiting to be spun standing still suspended as if the four winds have ceased to blow The sun, playing hide n’ seek is winning right now by divine intervention or current stoppage “Come

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Where Relief is Found

At the river’s edge   while tentatively abiding in the mystery of the beauty   while often distracted by the busyness of life   that consumes us with its nonsense then realigned into the beauty   of the mysteries of life allowing the sounds

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Heart of the Tree

In the solitude of the wood the trees laugh at the newness of life springing up around them Yet they speak and whisper of the life of the past These trees ache and creek groan and moan with the purpose

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