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Lofty Green

We’re not ready to leave this littoral haven just yet. On and on we walk, Taking a left at every fork in the trail Since a right would take us home. Higher into the colorful clerestory we climb. Our senses, tightly-woven … Continue reading

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Perspective

 Strung up by their heels, The little crowd of flowers Chatter happily about their new perspective.   These little chamomile chums, waving at me from the backyard,  brought a chuckle and a welcome reminder about  attitude earlier this week.   Uprooted, … Continue reading

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Little Tree

For the Little Readers of the world, my nephews Tomas and Samuel in particular, who love all things silly and hearing a story from Pop.  I hope this accomplishes both. Find a little one to read to today, and wonder with … Continue reading

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A Little More Wild

 “Consider the lilies, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.  But if God so clothes the grass, which is alive in the field today, … Continue reading

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You Little Pansy

If I understand it right, “You’re a pansy” is a real gem of a put-down from the Sissy/Weakling Category.  (Note to you gardeners reading this, if this flower is a violet, you’ll have to switch to “Shrinking Violet” imagery.  The rest … Continue reading

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