Monthly Archives: November 2012

Somehow Or Other, We’re All In This Together

As I left the house this morning, I encountered a rabbit running out of the fog across the driveway and onto the opposite verge, attempting frantically to draw me away from a lair hidden somewhere among the bushes and hillsides that line our driveway.  Ironically, his very … Continue reading

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A Thank You To My Many Friends

Humptulips County has a diverse population, much more so, in fact, than when I first moved back after graduation from law school. Over the years, the area has become increasingly diversified and far more tolerant of that diversity. It is … Continue reading

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Of Frost and Fog and Giants

The half-stripped trees struck by a wind together, bending all, the leaves flutter drily and refuse to let go or driven like hail stream bitterly out to one side and fall where the salvias, hard carmine, – like no leaf … Continue reading

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What Would I see, If I Could See God?

God is in the roses, The petals, and the thorns. Storms out on the oceans Souls who will be born And every drop of rain that falls Falls for those who mourn. Roseanne Cash, God Is In The Roses Mankind … Continue reading

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