Monthly Archives: August 2013

I SEE

My nature is harmonious, Potent seconds of synchronicity. I pause and listen to the crickets sing, The grasshopper chirps his jealous melody.   The hawk shrieks his mighty cry, Flurried insects and bumble bees fly. We all hold our breath, … Continue reading

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BENT NOT BROKEN

I had to think about that this morning..I could easily of written broken but not bent but that simply would not be true. I appreciate my limbs more than I ever have in my life!! Showering with two broken arms … Continue reading

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WILD MOOSE MOMENTS!

I’m always sweeping the horizon, camera ready in anticipation of shooting that magic moment. This afternoon I had unanticipated action.. the best kind! I’m never ready with the right lens, hate tripods and I know that particular moment will be … Continue reading

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WHERE IS MY SKY?

I looked up and wondered, Faded blue and blotted sun. Dark shadowed forest, And mute wildflowers.   My pilgrimage for clear sky, Hastened by far my journey. Birds fail to sing, And breezes moan.   The bees decline their buzz, … Continue reading

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STATE OF GRACE

I began to wonder about the state of grace yesterday afternoon. I was taking my mom home who wasn’t feeling well at all. We had a very long trip to the hospital and it involved hours of driving. As I … Continue reading

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INVISIBLE TIME

Such a thief you are, Soundless treads of silence. I sleep in impetuous anxiety, Please leave me everlasting.   Silent seconds grow into years, Invited to the race, Defeat for one and all. I hold my breath, no victory here. … Continue reading

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MY PRAIRIE GPS…

The Canadian grain elevator’s have always expressed a way of Canadian life..it saddens me to pass through so many prairie towns and no longer see them, they truly have been a Canadian icon. It’s structure has gained almost mythical proportions … Continue reading

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