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Liquid Courage

  A few watchtower irises have just arrived but already encountered sustained seasonal storms. Their stalks have not bowed. Their falls are unencumbered, fluttering freely. They contain storms’ residue into discrete pearls which gather on saffron signals atop their purple … Continue reading

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Infinity in Your Hand

I’ve quoted William Blake before: To see a world in a grain of sand And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour. In another portion of the same … Continue reading

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Three Ways of Remembering

Three Independence Days ago we all spent the day at Ossippee Lake with Jim’s sisters and their families, on Uncle Mike’s boat on a glorious but horrifically humid day, eating and quenching our thirst as only his family does.   … Continue reading

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Coastal Curves

I hate to miss a photo challenge.  This time I’m weighing in late, due to technological incompetency.  But the photographs themselves were timely, capturing coastal curves during last week’s challenge. Above is one of my favorites, from the curves of … Continue reading

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