Monthly Archives: August 2008

A Bit of Summer Rain/ 4 Rainy Poems

It has been raining a bit around here, the gentle, cool, rain of late summer, a lot like spring. The season is shifting. The light is retreating in little backward steps to the tip-toe encroachment of shadows, the same dance, … Continue reading

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Whose Driving This Thing?

Plastic Jesus I don’t care if it rains or freezes as long as I’ve got my plastic Jesus sitting on the dashboard of my car it comes in colors pink and pleasant it glows in the dark cause its iridescent … Continue reading

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Housing Ideas

As my summer wanes and the dreaded paperwork again rears its head like a country of a thousand whispering deaths. As Russia asserts its world power by overrunning its neighbor. As unusual August rain comes and goes over the last … Continue reading

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A Day at the Beach

I was just hanging out at low tide with some old friends and took some pictures. Nice. We have been blessed with the most perfect summer. I haven’t been to the beach in a long time even though there are … Continue reading

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