Monthly Archive: February 2013

Feb
24

Spring, soft sky, and solace

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Feb
24

Winter weekend: reading Philip Levine and Donna Hilbert

It’s a quiet weekend here and a perfect time to post. Did you read The New Yorker (Feb 11 & 18 issue)?  Philip Levine has a poem “In Another Country” and when I say it’s dreamy, I mean it literally. In this other country, “. . . There is no town, only / fields of …

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Feb
24

Laura Rodley “Coyotes”

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Coyotes   Coyotes leave deep paw prints in new snow, traipsing east to west in search of the sun, so many miles before the dawn when they curl and sleep buried by snow and leaves. There are buck tracks too, a line alongside the coyote, each walking the same path as me, but not hunting …

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Feb
14

Cool love

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