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Lacework and Weaving

When I walked over-the new wooden bridge that goes over a small brook, some small finely woven spiderwebs were caught by the sunlight. The fine lacework reminded me of the lace my Aunt Sushan made. She often used to do … Continue reading

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Early Summer

This summer is unlike one many of us have lived through.  I’ve heard that in the 1950s many people were told to stay away from beaches during the polio epidemic. This summer we are trying to do our best to … 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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November Poetry Readings in MA

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April Fools

  April Fools April fools aren’t we hoping for a bit more warmth to waken the violets soft wind to quiver open snowdrops even as clouds drop thick pellets of ice-covered snow      

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Imagination Portals

    Doorways  and windows can lead to more than inside to outside, one room to another.  They fire my imagination. Past present Future all meet here.  Gloucester MA, US Gloucester MA Imagination <a href="http://Imagination“&gt;

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Pensive about Hearts

I’ve just completed this Valentine Rooster to send good luck, prosperity, and happiness to ya’ll… For extra measure and extra love it’s resting on an Armenian oriental carpet  woven with signs of luck, good fortune,  Tree of Life, and eternity. May … Continue reading

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