Category Archives: Poetry

Captured Moment

sheer splendor  soaring seagull  silhouetted against the setting sun.   Advertisements

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Babied Basil

pampered coddled herb positioned for sun by day tucked inside at night

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Rosa Rugosa

wild beach roses improbably springing from mere sand flourishing on windswept dunes cultivated by nature’s hand to add a splash of color to rocky shores

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Morning Walk

Something simply right about the feel of sand between your toes on a chilly morning beach walk quiet now in the peace of early June.

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There’s Color Here

Passed a nursery yesterday tempting gardeners in with a sign that read, “There’s Color Here.” Happily, there’s color here, there, and everywhere now that it’s June! Rhododendrons and Azaleas  burst into bloom almost while we watch. Crabapple trees mirror spun … Continue reading

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Farm Egg

Not just any egg. A farm egg with tight albumin and rosy yolk. A local egg purchased from a purveyor you call by name. Comparison to store bought a mere accident of size and shape. A world of difference in quality … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Market

Spring at the farmer’s market. Pent up enthusiasm for the new harvest resulting in a  scamper to gather up armloads of lettuce crisp with the flavor of sunshine and showers. Reaching for freshly gathered eggs,  their softly tinted shells protecting richly … Continue reading

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