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Category: Poems (page 1 of 3)

Small stones #4-7

My son asks me to time him, then bolts down the sidewalk and out of sight between two strangers. He returns at top speed, twelve long seconds later.

4 Jan 2013

 

the binoculars reveal distant waves
crawling slowly across the horizon

5 Jan 2013

 

Sunlight breaks through the sky over Capitola, surrounding the surfers with a silvery glare.… Read the rest

Small stone #3

Jupiter shines, a pale yellow beacon, almost directly overhead. In the distance, the sound of freeway traffic, like surf.

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scattered gravel
along the bike path
and one old
champagne cork

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I made a short, clickable Tapestry story out of an old poem I wrote but had never published. I hope you like it.

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A small stone to start the year.

clear darkening sky
and the sounds
of the neighbor’s party
— a swallow darts
over the treeline

My first contribution to Fiona Robyn’s mindful writing challenge. Happy new year!

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