Monthly Archives: January 2011

small stone #12

Things in trees: new ice, empty sky, four blackbirds, my breath. Advertisements

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small stone #11

I remember the summer skulls of dandelion nodding in tune with the sun.

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small stone #10

We stop to smell the deerprint, dog shit, dead mouse, cigarettes, acorns and boundaries; a revelation every ten feet. We kill the Buddha on the road so many times we lose count.

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Skipping stones

Pun intended. I’ve missed a few days on the small stones project but I have two very good excuses. First is a new doggy addition to the family — seasoned as I am, it’s a wonderfully disrupting element. Second, I’ve … Continue reading

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small stone #9

Tired little dog with one paw twitching. She doesn’t know it yet but she bears the moon on her back.

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small stone #8

Sometimes it really is as simple as this. Broth makes a golden light over bones and needs no spice.

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small stone #7

Straight or curved, the same force of wrist guts a trout or a squash.

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