Monthly Archives: June 2011

Early

When the birds start singing and the coffee is brewing when the sun is just a hint in the sky the garden shades from gray to green bergamot lemon balm and rose scent the air In slippers and gown Wet … Continue reading

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Grass

  Why do older people like to cut grass so much, the twenties-something girl wondered. That is all my parents seem to do–cut the grass and worry about cutting the grass. There is so much more to do, why spend … Continue reading

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Broken Trust

You came a light, a rainbow vibrant, shining scarlet and cobalt in a camouflage world.   You sang sweet music, a harmony settling into daisies and snow   You left without warning, broken pieces scattered blood red and cobalt tears, … Continue reading

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