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morning poem, september 9, 2015

. At dawn I walk onto the cool deck and look out over the hillside The new-mown hay lays in long rows, darker against the green stubble now. I wait to catch some hint of yesterday’s delicious aroma from the … Continue reading

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Morning Poem: February24, 2015

  , The morning drill is the same Find the pans, break the eggs Put the bacon on the griddle. All in the right, practiced order Don’t lose a step Don’t waste a moment Out the door by seven-thirty. , … Continue reading

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Afternoon Poem, November 24, 2014

    The Crossing Guard     The calendar says it is still autumn But this morning has winter written all over it Cold, windy, raw I scrape the windshield and head for work This time on the old road … Continue reading

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Twenty Minutes

Only twenty minutes Till the ride comes and the day starts and I am immersed in the flow of a thousand things one of which might really matter. . Twenty minutes to be alone and to think about what does … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, September 27, 2014

  What ghosts there are in this morning fog Who hear the old music and sing the old songs Who remember this town in a far better day When men built and planted And harvests were great.

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Seven A. M.

When the last breath of fog lingers still in the air and the sun starts to brighten the land everywhere I want the clock to be stopped and the mountains to stare.     copyright 2014

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