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Lost and Found

It needed a better search algorithm.  Apologies Emily Dickinson. Temperatures are dropping, and the squirrels and chipmunks know that their survival will be at stake. Look what I found at the gym! Ottawan: Official clip:  via Blogger http://ift.tt/2xyLzsm Advertisements

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furious no one wants to be a victim or a meme it’s the double down  passive voice (unknown poet) via Blogger http://ift.tt/2xVh5EZ

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Birch Brackets

Ah! new-born razor strop, next to the ivy-clad silver birch. I wonder what nibbled on it? Not a holly blue’s caterpillar, probably. Stroppy Shelf Life The dead birch trees dream of Ötzi the Iceman and of their pale youth when … Continue reading

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Klompe klompe Things are going klopdisselboom! Dilly the gogga wears new clogs, not Träskors or Harley Davidsons like she used to, but home-chewed ones. She’s been watching an old favorite, Robert Sapolsky. Maybe she should read  his new book, Behave… (This … Continue reading

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Red Roses Are Red and Horses

H/T to the rose. I you’re a realist, read about the rose here. If you’re a tasteful consumer, here is your Red Rose. If your medium is mystery, let’s go Sub Rosa. We aim to please. Horse Trading In the … Continue reading

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Re:verse Prosopagnosia

Re:verse Prosopagnosia Be your own story, be your own plot Learn tough lessons, how to be mild Transplant to a boroughs lot of a wild flower, child Scatter on three continents, the seed Spring up in a wildlife trail Shoot … Continue reading

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Dozen Day! It is NaPoGloMo Day 12…Without further ado, an Index Poem: CHRYSANTHEMUM’S CASTLE (click!) Chrys waters the castor oil plant that grows next to the cardboard castle in Uganda There she has chameleons. They chat and play with charms; … Continue reading

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Painterly Pleasures

(Inspired by Physics – Focus: Oil Droplets Form Surprising Structures) Found this again today: Quand vous serez bien Veille (Ronsard) Quand vous serez bien vieille, au soir, à la chandelle, Assise auprès du feu, dévidant et filant, Direz, chantant mes … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo#10: Beastie Abecedarian

(Friday Feline meets Friday Field Mouse) A one-sided stand-off was occurring between the window and the birdhouse; cat whiskers slightly trembling, deconstructing seeds: the field mouse ever-twitching rodent fluff ball, foraging for food with cheeky grin good neighbours made by … Continue reading

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Oh, Bye: Aubade

Oh, Bye: Aubade Yes here it is, the breaking of the dawn; now is the time for you and me to wake- white crystals of the season on the lawn, red robins shine against the hoar frost lake. They chat … Continue reading

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