Poetry

Sequoia Strawberries

Sequoia Strawberries in the flower bed mulch Lined up like bare root roses Patted safe in the warm soil Watered and blessed; a hopeful refrain. Spring lasts a few days before summer rays Bear down on the garden beds Warming the soil to dry dust A delicate balance to keep them moist. The morning frost reminds spring follows winter Breezes blow as March enters like a lion Or they¬†sneak in like a lamb. Either way,…

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Scribbles

March 7, 2017 Scribble

You can read this if you wish although it consists of thoughts and fragments as I attempt to free write 750 words every day. Some of this may end up in a Story or a Conversation. Anyway, this is how one learn and shapes up The Craft. The Big Squeeze is coming to Las Vegas. The Spaghetti Bowl, a large mess of on ramps and off ramps between the US 95 and I-15 will soon…

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