Tag Archives: Northwest

Soul of the Northwest

  Big leaf maple,  Acer macrophyllum, leaves shine sugar coated. Alive in a hundred shades of green, I am the Northwest, soul of the planet. Catch a raindrop. Tip your chin up. Drink sky water. Splash into the lake. Mystery lies … Continue reading

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POSTCARD POETRY FESTIVAL: August 6, 2013

Photo Credit:  source unknown   Big leaf maple,    leaves shine sugar coated. Alive and a hundred shades of green, I am the Northwest, soul of the planet. Catch a raindrop. Tip up your chin. Drink sky water. Splash into … Continue reading

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Keeping in Touch

  I laugh at myself a lot.  Despite everything, life is very funny.  Sometimes I just smile at a patch of blue easing from behind a bank of clouds, reminding me there is only change. I notice what stays the … Continue reading

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