Tuesday, September 26, 2017

In the Background


In the Background

What is in
your background?

Are there more
weeds or flowers?

Is the count
important?

Or, is the issue
to which do you

give  the  power?


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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

When Fall Arrives


When Fall Arrives

When fall arrives,
a different beauty
lives in the trees.
The leaves put on
a colorful show
before they let go.

When fall arrives,
the air turns cool.
Not cold enough
to make us hide,
but we use a
jacket to go outside.

When fall arrives
and summer ends,
the birds take wing,
leave town and then
make us wait till spring
to see them again.

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Workday Blues


Workday Blues

Standin' out in
the afternoon sun.
Can't move on 'til
the work is done.

Wings are spread, but
I can't fly away.
Just have to get
through another day.

Each one seems
to be the same.
Do what I can.
Don't place any blame.

When this one
comes to an end,
I'll get some sleep
then start again.

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Flexibility


Flexibility

The duck preens
in the afternoon sun.
Its head turns
in all directions.
It touches spots
from chest to tail
and wing to wing.
Flexibility is indispensable. 

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Thursday, September 7, 2017

The Art of the Butterfly


The Art of the Butterfly

Wingscape No. 1--Open

A traditional study in orange and black
with white accents. Beautiful no matter
how many times one sees it.


Wingscape No. 2--Close

A mosaic-like piece with a splash of
vibrant color that startles against a subtle
background. Accent lines add texture.


Look for The Art of the Butterfly
in a garden near you.

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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

An Upside-Down World


An Upside-Down World

The sky inhabits the water
and fills it with clouds
 that look like spilled paint.
Trees take a place above
that which they
should 
stand below.
The images start
to 
disintegrate, but
hold 
together enough
to remain recognizable.
This is the perfect reflection
of 
a world turned
upside down.

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