Tag Archives: owls

hey big boy – August 6

8.6 forest glade primeval dark, bare stream wending, older trees down, roots lifted out of the softened earth by summer squalls.   breathe in, pause. one barred owl calls and a lady love replies.   hey big boy, I’m over … Continue reading

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the season turns – September 2

9.2.2014 the season turns on a moment   air chills, crickets change in the night   puzzle places of damp appear on roadways to reveal odd passings of sudden rain   the owl’s hoots suddenly sound more urgent.   how did … Continue reading

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hey big boy – August 4

8.3.2014 forest glade primeval dark, bare stream wending, older trees down, roots lifted out of the softened earth by summer squalls.   breathe in, pause. one barred owl calls and a lady love replies.   hey big boy, I’m over … Continue reading

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