Monthly Archives: December 2016

These amazing colors were on display last week at the botanical gardens in Palos Verdes. Looking at that space (located within the Rose garden) I felt the only thing missing was me, my Argentine mate and a May Sarton book. … Continue reading

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Nostalgia on the Fox River

A personal memory that just silently screams Nostalgia. Although it looks like a Fall photo, I took this one in the Spring of 2015, a week or so after the last frost had melted.  I often get told here in … Continue reading

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Winter’s Hope

A short poem on living in Wisconsin during the Winter. Continue reading

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You Said Wait

Today I revisited a poem I wrote for a college poetry class, with Professor Gail Wronsky back in 1998. It had been a while since I had explored the theme of nature/love/abandonment. After revising some terms, I feel it flows … Continue reading

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