Monthly Archives: May 2014

Impressions From A Solitary Morning Walk

I took the morning’s walk by myself today since Helen was unable to join me.  Without the benefit of our usual conversations about all we see and notice around us, I was left to my own devices – devices that yielded the … Continue reading

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Life and Death on the Farm

Take your place on the great Mandala As it moves through your brief moment of time Win or lose now, you must choose now And if you lose youre only losing your life The Great Mandala, Mary Travers, Peter Yarrow, … Continue reading

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The Enhanced Colors of Spring

Last summer we found a cheap thistle feeder at the supermarket and hung it outside our living room windows.  It attracted crowds of goldfinches.  In fact, there was no room at the inn on most days, with birds hanging on … Continue reading

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A Fine and Misty Spring Morning

A fine and misty morning has dawned.  Mist is rising from each of our fields, lingering evidence of an early tryst between earth and sky.  The very air approaches corporeality, a near  transubstantiation offered as if in thanksgiving for the bounties of the coming hours and serving as the binder in a translucent stew liberally flavored with the pastel seasonings of Spring. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2014 Stephen EllisSome … Continue reading

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