Monthly Archives: April 2020

Bosque La Primavera

  Primavera Forest National Forest/ Bosque La Primavera.  There used to be a small nunnery tucked into the edge of Bosque La Primavera. Women, most often at the edge of life, found their way to this Abbess. Convent in Primavera … Continue reading

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Spring Onions

In this small town, one person bought many onion sets to plant. Too many, and offered to share. Many of us took them, and they were planted all over town. It lead to me writing this poem, set in the … Continue reading

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Earthquakes and Religion

The 1755 Cape Ann earthquake took place off the coast of the British Province of Massachusetts Bay on November 18. At between 6.0 and 6.3 on the Richter scale, it remains the largest earthquake in the history of Massachusetts. Wikipedia  … Continue reading

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April Commences

  April In the yard rivulets of water run through mud. I pick up the rake to drag mounds  of gravel back into deep tire  troughs. A warming sun shepherds in snowmelt and sap flow. Later, I look out the … Continue reading

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April Under Corona

Like so many folks, I’ve followed the news, plotted how to best buy groceries, maintain health, and not feel completely stressed at the end of the day.  A few things stand out to me as beneficial highlights.   Last Friday, … Continue reading

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