Tag Archives: Trees

Car Journey and Aftermath

Driving along the mountain road the motorist tries to maintain a steady speed. But the route is treacherous and the mud makes it hard keep a constant speed and to maintain grip. The driver struggles to keep the car on … Continue reading

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Buddha (Poem)

Even in winter, when snow blankets the ground, when ice weights down the tree branches and the world appears deceased, Buddha still smiles. Inspired by a Laughing Buddha ornament in the back yard who was covered in heavy snow last … Continue reading

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Skilpadde and a City

The sight of Skilpadde in a city is gloriously surreal. In the vast concrete jungle of glass, steel and girders the residents of the metropolis see a colossal turtle rounding a street corner. Firstly its head pokes out past a … Continue reading

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Moth (3 poems and fragments accompanied by the Moon)

Poem 1 Bright moonlight shrouds the yard, blazing light filters through the leaves.   All is silent in the gloaming, except for the flapping of a Moths wings. Poem 2 Fence besieged by plants, covered in green, made white by … Continue reading

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The City of Trout Fishing In America

The city formerly known as Joyce did not like its previous appearance. Its classical architecture frustrated Joyce’s residents on a spectacular level. The modern part of the city annoyed Joyce’s residents also, so they hated that as well. They even … Continue reading

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