This year is winding down but I’m basking in each moment’s glow! Though I’m sad to see my garden shriveling I know that dark, sparking landscapes can bring intense creativity during Iowa’s hibernation. Bring it on!!
I met this friendly or agitated fellow the other day. He made strange sounds in response to my camera shutter. I am busy working away at the novel, over 4,800 words in two days! Enjoy these shots of my squirrel friend and look for the link to my novel coming soon!
I wrote this a few days ago. I like to record myself reading poems and then rearrange the words a bit. I may choose to edit this some more but I like where it’s going. This is random footage from the fall of 2010. It includes a lot of me around my place and a […]
Playground in May, stormy day, rain clouds come to play, you didn’t stay. Try to remember, easy to forget living in the light there’s no time for regret. Before day breaks, the sun sets. Leaves wither, yellowing in spring, they spiral dying before they feel sunshine. I can’t remember, I am already and always forgetting. […]
Tall Tale I scale a wall ten feet tall and curiously fall to the forest floor. Tree roots grab ankles, heels feel warm with moss growing between toes. Leaping from log to stone in search of flowers I absentmindedly wander into an overgrown graveyard. Here heroes died and were laid to rest. Now wild-birds sing […]