Tag Archives: farmers

harvest home – October 28

10.28 full moon cool night, frost dusting across long languid farm field hills, stubble filled now, while mother earth begins her fallow rest.   along the way steam rises from the yet warm soil, first winter’s chill shifting into gear, … Continue reading

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independence day – July 4

7.4 khaki green falling on a foreign soil. blue and grey grappling across brothers lines. everyday people trying as best they can to make a place for their families.   it is what we fought for, died for, gave allegiance … Continue reading

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Indiana gold – July 3

7.3 the tassels brown, mauve, golden top the corn flow, rising off into distances. Male corn sperm ready to give themselves to the silk.   we’ve built a country upon you friends, food, fuel, silage for the feeders of the … Continue reading

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