Monthly Archives: July 2012

un-because (my apologies to Amway)

Have you ever had a friend sell Amway? Were they your friend before they started selling it? If so, you’re probably safe. But if you became their friend after they started selling it, you may often wonder if their interest … Continue reading

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Garden if you like. Write about it if you must.

I think I know why some people become Crazy Garden People. Or at least, why I have. I’ve come up with some reasons. I may think of more later. I never grew out of wanting to dig in the dirt. … Continue reading

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3 sleepy poems

A slow dance start to a new day swaying into morning with you *** Coffee ready when I wake up. I know it’s love because he doesn’t drink it. *** Loud Thoughts I heard him get up in the night … Continue reading

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Remembering helps me remember.

At 5:04 pm, October 17, 1989, something happened. The Loma Prieta earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area and my world was reshaped. Only I didn’t know all that then. I only knew that the earth ought not shake, but … Continue reading

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Wednesday prayer

Father, you own the day. You own the day and night and merging of the two twice a day. It’s all yours. The sun and the earth and all the things that happen on them. You own the day as … Continue reading

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2 poems. Not 3.

Morning rain, gentle rain, you draw me up and green me and I smile blooms and vines *** Rain Gardener soaked shirt of sweat and sky the muddy ground gives way as plants are moved from here to a better … Continue reading

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