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a half hour or so

Shovelling snow into piles reminded me of “King of the Castle”—a rough and tumble game we kids used to play on a snowbank. (#998) Continue reading

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temporarily permanent

Snowflakes detached themselves from the heavens pixels in their multitudes swarmed to earth born on the wind each insignificant but together a force to stall the countryside mute the crackling staccato of machines and lock life in its cold silent … Continue reading

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ice in the driveway again

a ship is sinking slowly in the cold Antartic waters all the passengers are leaving and the rescuers are eager to behold them drinking cocoa that can warm their little fingers as the ship that ice has ruptured settles down … Continue reading

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