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mower world – July 18

  7:18.2014 atop my mower world beater, creeper, steeper   I demand nature to my call   until the froglets flee tiny, leaping, terrified for their lives   and I count the cost of living, and having mercy.   I … Continue reading

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blip, he moved – August 24

8.24 blip, he moved. or she. tiny frog in the maw of my mower.   his life is in your hands the voice said. so I move carefully.   it’s only a lawn, weeds scruff, things to be taken down … Continue reading

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devolution – July 1

7.1 Crog like cave. Cave keep Crog warm cave keep water and wind off Crog when cold, and cool when hot. Cave let Crog save meat, keep woman ward off animal. Feel safe.   And so I sit in my … Continue reading

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when I turn off the radio – June 23

6.23 when I turn off the radio and watch the switch grass blow across the yard, hiding the pond beyond it from my sight and watch a small squirrel move from right to left across gaps of tree limb that … Continue reading

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