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Noonday Poem, January 9, 2015

Frost makes clean; near and far. . The lawns, the open lots the view of the town below are, like in the song, white and even. . In the woods, the pathways are firm and easy to grip. Even the … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, January 1, 2015

New Morning, New Year It was very cold this morning As winter mornings ought to be Just out of bed, and determined to make a good start I walked east, into the sun, just risen. – The western face of … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, December 27, 201

Get up and out before the hard frost is melted before the paintings it has made over the ice over the puddles that angular geometry, lines and corners like etchings of giant snowflakes and the glistening whitewash of the tall … Continue reading

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Morning Poem, September 26, 2014

My hour of labor goes faster when mornings are dark The oak splits cleaner in the cold Smoke from the kitchen fire reminds me that breakfast awaits The smell itself is almost food to me   I hurry to keep … Continue reading

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