Monthly Archives: October 2006

walking

In the rain and wind my umbrella protects me: it stops anything except large metal objects that compete on the street to dissect me. And all goes well in the rain and the blast and I duck around puddles and … Continue reading

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death of fathers

So little said, implied, expressed; such silence entombed in cameraderie: a rock in the desert speaks more truth. O father keep your silent soul alone such maleness steeps the hunt and blesses courage for the battle of the day the … Continue reading

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Mulching

My mulching mower chops up leaves the fragments of leaves popped, pounded pushed into the remains of the lawn. It leaves shreds of leaves like yellow irregular confetti ripped out of the trees and ready for an autumn of dissipation. … Continue reading

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