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Trailhead

Trailhead Past crowds of people taking pictures with i-phones And I-pads, shoulder to shoulder on the boardwalk Watching great travertine cliffs steam and sputter Sending ribbons of life spilling out against a backdrop Of gray clouds and dead struggling trees… … Continue reading

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Grand Observations

Grand Observations Sulfur clouds billow Like warm blankets, Fanned by a distant mother Keeping us alive Do not touch Do not burn yourself, In these deep hypnotic pools Of emerald and green, Sapphire and blue, Moods ever changing, On a … Continue reading

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The Meadows

The Meadows As we left the lodge pine forest and Walked through meadows dotted with Yellow wild flowers and patches of blue We came across a field of ravens Nodding their small black heads to and fro Dancing and hopping … Continue reading

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All the Way North

It’s been too long since the last post. Lots of musings and thoughts to report, but right now, am trying to finish up a bunch of poems I wrote in June while my son Jude and I were in Yellowstone … Continue reading

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