And then the pond,
surfaced with leaves and berries, sticks and moss,
lay shining before me in the filtered forest light.
there’s this road
up here in the mountains
i keep walking
Summer was upon the land,
too hot, too bright for one
who blooms in shade and shadow.
*another night drive
through the winding hills
and i’m tired
needing coffee and something to eat^
I passed the mirror in the hallway
and took a good look;
not something I normally do,
but today I did.
i can almost hear
the keening of the maple
The forest called to me in the rusty voice of autumn,
heavy with the passing of days but vibrant with the tang
only late October days can bring.
among the bleakness
of leafless winter trees
surprising splashes of color
await the intrepid explorer
*the world was washed clean of all its mystery
all the provocative enticement
cloaking nightshade in that which leads thought
to blinding self-discovery^
the moon was calling
in its silver voice
from down in the marsh
so i headed there
so you with your hearts barricaded
need have no fear of me
there will be no indecent probing
didn’t want tv
after a restless hour or so
i got up and dressed in the dark
This photograph was taken on the road from Point Reyes National Park to San Rafael, CA.
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having chanced upon it
under the blanket of this moonlit night
i stood, silent as those hills
I found myself flat on my back on Saturday night, awed.
Grass in the curls of my hair. To my left, like ghost breath, a pall of sage-scented smoke carried silent offerings into the immaculate expanse…
I have gone, gone afar away
On the forehead memories
Blindness shine below eyelids
Misguided years and the cities
Somewhere beginning of alley
Let I feelings and faces
Departed now last train
The love in so…