Category Archives: Poetry

Mortified

Christmas past, Christmas present, Christmas future, Why the middle is never glorified? Tantalizing treats that make the mouth water don’t last, Adventures that turn toes white with cold are unpleasant, Friends whose voices ring with harmony, their smiles blur, These … Continue reading




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In the meantime, more Haiku…

A recent visit to the Arrowhead region in Minnesota inspired these snippets.   Caress of current Helpful scrape of rock to spawn Life ending bear food   Fat bellies start out Opportunists everywhere Squeeze ’em out and go   Driven … Continue reading




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Transitions

Dry, wind leaf trash gains, Sunlight squeezed out by darkness, Ground turns brown, bitter.   Warmth gone, cold in floods. Powder deep, on top with skis? White, cold, clear breath fogs.   Smooth, soft, blemish free, Grey, wrinkled, leather lifeless. Sun, … Continue reading




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