Monthly Archives: April 2012

First Harvest

Broadleaf Dock Beautiful days this week, and then, the weekend. Which included rain all day Saturday and rain all evening today. In the space between, I finally got a few good hours in my garden, and I got the first … Continue reading

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Spring Gardens

I thought I was going to spend my day mucking about in the garden, but the weather is much too poor. So I am contenting myself with looking up links for things I find interesting. The day goes so very … Continue reading

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In support of flash fictions.

I wrote a little flash piece today and I wanted to find the poem that I was vaguely recalling when I was writing it. The flash piece is only marginally inspired by it, but nonetheless, the poem informs the flash … Continue reading

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Stories from home

If you are American, and you know of Carl Sandburg, it’s very likely that you know either “Fog” or the first few lines of “Chicago.” There is a lot more there. Given the nature of our current economy, I thought … Continue reading

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Pitchers and catchers report!

Right now my primary project is to find things in the public domain for Grantswood, a first exemplar volume. I’ve been reading a lot of stuff by Midwesterners, as you can imagine. I came across this poem, and thought I … Continue reading

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April Poetry 2

April Poetry I won’ be able to do this every day, but another poem for April, of my own construction. This one I’ve shared before, but it’s no longer visible in this blog, so I will link to where it … Continue reading

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April Poetry

First thing: Phoenix Now, issue 1 The first piece in there is by yours truly. Happy Poetry Month!

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