Monthly Archives: December 2010

small stone #3

drifts of snow catch on the sides of pines and hold like lichen

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small stone #2

below my nighttime window, new snow on the cars over the roof, hurried wingbeat and goosecry

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small stone #1

little caged snake, mostly curled inside a rock reminds me to breathe in the sun

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Small Stones

Author and coach Fiona Robyn presents us with a nice month-long project a river of stones for the upcoming January. Her small stone is an exercise in poetic mindfulness that results in a concise piece of writing that “precisely captures a fully … Continue reading

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Breaking Ice

I. The first icicle of the season came well before any snow or storm, out of the outdoor spigot I didn’t realize had a slow leak. It will be months before the garden hose thaws. II. Last week I forgot … Continue reading

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