bread lines

2015/04/23 Tim 3

there once was water so deep houses, businesses, neighborhoods washed away (but “washed” sounds like too clean a word) destroyed we stood in line for […]


On this Earth Day

2015/04/22 Tim 4

on this Earth Day look down walk barefoot through grass or mud or sand and grasp the world with your toes don’t let go on […]


cotton clouds

2015/04/21 Tim 4

take a sky azure all over then daub at it with white paint on cotton balls lay it gently under the warm sun and over […]



2015/04/20 Tim 2

light the sky on fire feel the shock of bursting shells boom, boom, boom the thunder rolls over the river and through the crowds the […]



2015/04/19 Tim 4

in my flying machine all alone no Josephine, where has she flown? she was here when we took off but mid-air she shook off in […]



2015/04/18 Tim 2

don’t (tire) tread on me i have fought so hard to be growing here amid the gravel in the spaces rarely traveled people call us […]


This Art has Legs

2015/04/17 Tim 6

fiberglass bodies wild imaginations and hometown love this art has legs and runs all over town standing still About the photo: These are a few […]


Scene at a Wedding

2015/04/16 Tim 15

I hate these things! Well, “hate” is too strong a word. It’s just so… uncomfortable… I mean, all the pressure — the bride and the […]



2015/04/15 Tim 2

tongues licking but these tongues have a bite all their own spreading tasting? consuming until all that’s left are embers and ashes About the photo: […]


bee and being

2015/04/14 Tim 4

consider the common worker bee toiling in this cherry tree does she ever stop to gaze through the pollinated haze and there beneath the blossoms […]


Hanami (haiku)

2015/04/13 Tim 5

blossoms fill the trees like clouds, they shade, yet smell sweet perfect for picnics About the photo: blossoms on a cherry tree in the backyard. […]



2015/04/11 Tim 4

the magic is all gone though some invoke the old words incantations trying to recreate the feeling that was lost About the photo: The Vogue […]

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