Alone

ALONE:  written after stopping by a sculpture of this retriever, that was hidden in the bramble bushes along a path at the Buttermilk Inn in Milton, NY. It reminded me of my grandsons’ beloved golden retrievers, Bogie and Madison.   A ncient wisdom from his ink black eyes, L ofty stature speaks without a sound, […]

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Rhapsody in Blue

I never tire of a clear morning when, while seeking a once-in-a-lifetime sunrise, I find, instead, a stunning, sparkling moon. This morning was particularly spectacular, as I could clearly delineate the crevices and crannies of the rocky moon surface. I didn’t see the man in the moon on this morning, but I know he was […]

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Planning for the Future

Last Sunday, after having purchased a case of freshly picked Roma tomatoes at the Summit Farmers’ Market, I spent the rest of the afternoon, prepping and canning the luscious lot.  It was a messy, slippery, time-consuming afternoon, but most definitely, it was a labor of love.   Someday, in the middle of winter, I will open one or two jars of these beauties […]

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Tranquil

Tree limbs gently arching o’er the path Reaching to us, beckoning: “Please come!” As portal to a secret unknown place Neath which we’re tugged, encouraged toward the light Questions fall away, their sound un-uttered Unanswered, yet uncertainties are cleared Intrinsic and instinctive knowledge comes Langorously leaning, leading home. Photo Friday: TRANQUIL

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My Daily Bread

Poetry, Day 2: Gift, Acrostic, Simile
An acrostic, using the letters that spell “Cavalier King Charles Spaniel” as first letter of each line: “My Daily Bread”

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Broken

Broken Bedazzled by intensely tinted deck,    Resplendent splash that hides too well the stains              Of decades overrun with sad neglect, Knocking, cracking, warning ever plain.               E‘en deadly risk ignored by blinded eyes,     Neath false facade the treachery of lies. […]

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Leave-ing

A walk in the woods, as seen through the eyes of my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, choosing to heed my call, instead of romping freely through the leaves.

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