Category Archives: poetry

Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)

Sunflowers! The quintessential western wildflower that symbolizes the sun. These are wild sunflowers, the parent of our domesticated sunflowers. The biggest difference between the two is that the wild sunflower has multiple heads and the domesticated has a single stalk … Continue reading

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Puma Watched Me

Dreaming and in peace, Asleep while Puma watched me Patiently, through glass.

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Even the Mighty Lion

Even the mighty Lion has to blend in with Grass to catch his prey.

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I have been a dreamer since I was very young.  My most common dreams were about spiders dropping down on me from the ceiling.  I always woke up screaming and had to turn on the lights to look for spiders. … Continue reading

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Dreaming Storms

Dream a wasted night Storms kiss Gaia wet, then leave Her fecund, alone.

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Breathe Deeply of Delicate Life

Bench under pinyon, Lizard and I breathe deeply Of delicate life.

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