Category Archives: Poetry

Our Resident Squirrel

  morning ritual scatter of leftover toast one chubby squirrel Advertisements

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And That’s a Wrap

ribbon of scarlet sunset over the water primal end of day  

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Rainy Day

first droplets; then sheets washing winter from the deck nature’s spring cleaning

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Hopeful Signs

  tentative and shy peeking from sunny corners hopeful signs of spring

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April Snow

April snow seems wrong somehow. Sheer affront to newly surfaced crocuses. Enticed by the promise of a warm sun, tender buds rose in answer. Their greeting dashed by snow’s chilly response. Like sturdy New Englanders, they will accept the moisture and … Continue reading

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Daffodils

a splash of sunshine gold petals gently yawning harbingers of spring

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Early Morning Sunlight

  a splash of sunlight life affirming beckoning start of a new day

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