Category Archives: Poems

August: Eating Peaches

August is a peachy balancing act.  We watch our peaches grow on the tree, from golf ball size, to acquiring a rosy glow in the warmth.  We reach up, carefully  palpating the  fruit,  to  know when ripeness comes close. My … Continue reading

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Reading at Greenfield third Tuesday

Greenfield Third Tuesday August 15th (next Tuesday) 9 Mill Street Greenfield Doors open at 7:00 7:30 is Open Mic ( one hour of open mic, 5 minute slots, due to demand names will be put in a hat) 8:30 the … Continue reading

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Blueberries for August

  Blueberries    They were heaven—sweet food from the fairy realm I ate as we picked along the road into the field where three sheep watched us we picked into the woods at the swamp The first time mum and … Continue reading

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Another July Thank you!

Thanks to Ron Harmon, Editor, for the upcoming publishing of River Night on NatureWriting on July 28.

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Book Review — The Heart is a Nursery for Hope

Source: Book Review — The Heart is a Nursery for Hope

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July, Independence, and Monica Hand

Independence.The word for the beginning of July. I’ve been reflecting on who became independent,and how that differed for various groups of people. Recently I served on a MA jury, and was surprised to find women did not have the ‘right’ … Continue reading

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June’s Tail End

-brings more good things roses tumble down the hill, topple onto the grapevine. Red currents, tender lettuce and pea pods are ready, and a new poem is up at A thank you to Ron Harton, Editor, for publishing Vernal … Continue reading

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