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Milestones & Obituaries
Observation in pursuit of / something is one / way to describe / what foragers / do...
Averie A. Hue
A Litany for Ancestor Wisdom
In a world divorced / from knowledge that cannot be / parsed or proved
Karen Luke Jackson
Light brighter than the sun / pierced the midsummer night. / Thunder on the mountain.
This in Remembrance
Something was always on the stove. We talked / until a lid began to dance, and again / when she…
Donald Mace Williams
From the checkout line in the supermarket
I notice the sun duck behind clouds and blue / sky turns gray. I feel the last of winter
drawn by liquid chemistry / redolence of home / I made my way to you
Tricia Gates Brown
Stone Egg in Aerie
At the edge of twisted pine and spruce woods, / we found a trail sign, / “Hunter’s Cove .5 mi.”
J. de Richemond
You disappeared before daffodils or even the end of spring training, / Sunday night we spoke. In a few days…
John C. Morgan
It Must Have Been
Pilgrimage It must have been those long walks down country lanes, / daisies and black-eyed Susans separating dirt path from…
"Instead of hush / I wander looking / for the door."
A Kinder Solitude
"After a year of living alone / I have come to know me."
March invited me outside today / To join her festival / Of dancing tree tops
March stays for thirty-one days / and yet I barely know her, / a bridge between February and April /…
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