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Entropy

Entropy

Entropy Tidy ranks of uniform jars belie the grueling work such simple food requires. Countless sweaty hours fighting weeds and wily worms, bugs and beetles, fusarium wilt. The harvest must be had and sealed against the rot that lurks. Must such work be the sum of our...
Blue Winter Rain

Blue Winter Rain

A blue winter rain saturates the morning, diluting the dream with mist and dripping. Muted sunrise clouds meaning and disturbs the certainty that brought you to this moment. Stop. Breathe. Let purpose flow from the depths, from commitment to living as one flesh with...
Molting

Molting

Change is not always pretty. I mean, look at molting. Somehow, you’ve got to lose all those worn out feathers, regrow new and shiny ones. It’s not a choice, and it’s not like changing your shirt, either. It drags on. Interrupts your normal egg-a-day routine. Makes you...
Hyla versicolor

Hyla versicolor

Gray tree frogswho once announced the summer rains,now lie frozen in dark December woods,all but dead.  Death walks with us into winter.Embrace the frozen darkness.Burrow into the season of rest.Our darkest day has passed. Radiant resurrection awaits. Tree frogs thaw...
Who are you?

Who are you?

Bare branches scribe interconnections on the sky. They could just as well be roots: an ecological genealogy. Study it closely. Who are the people who have given you life? And who are the trees, the birds, the fragile blossoms in spring? Who are the beings legged and...
Trees in a frozen fog

Trees in a frozen fog

Trees in a frozen fog stand as sentinels over resting pasture.Summer’s noisy haste has passed.Autumn ends in the stillness of the coming winter.Time to sink into silence. Take stock. Make repairs.Recognize the space of possibilities.What can be made of what life has...