Monthly Archives: July 2011


A crack opens And a the slightest of threads, a sliver of something divine slips through. Roots anchor themselves in preparation and optimism stretches toward the shimmering sky.

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where god resides

These stones, worn to smooth now, have recorded greater things than us. Grace, they say, grace exists and it’s written in our curves. Grace awaits every ragged soul, let it settle down on you. It’s in the verse and in … Continue reading

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Designer Bats

Bats sketching in the dusky sky with their charcoal wings; they fly in circles, drawing ribbons and curves. As if guided by Wright, they’re designing another Guggenheim in my back yard.

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Leaves bud in spring, and their optimism shines its light on my face; anything is possible, even us. Berries in summer pushing to ripen, feel my kinship; we’re set to burst from our skins. Pine cones drop to the ground … Continue reading

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