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 May 26 tony parsons        (More) 5/26/2016
 My own proverb.... ravis        (More) 5/23/2016
 My own proverb.... ravis        (More) 5/19/2016
 It's Raining Cynthiaapwlts        (More) 5/16/2016
 Storm The Realist        (More) 4/18/2016
 Sunflowers and songbirds Starlight1        (More) 4/12/2016
 A Summertime Fave pamschwetz        (More) 4/8/2016
 Colors of spring season Starlight1        (More) 4/1/2016
 Spring butterflies Starlight1        (More) 3/26/2016
 Spring time blessings Starlight1        (More) 3/22/2016
 The soft beauty of nature Starlight1        (More) 3/16/2016
 Spring is delightful Starlight1        (More) 3/7/2016
 Peaceful serenity Starlight1        (More) 2/22/2016
 consciousness unfolds (haikai no renga) moon spirit        (More) 2/10/2016
 child's nightlight  moon spirit        (More) 2/10/2016
 full moon moon spirit        (More) 2/10/2016
 season's change moon spirit        (More) 2/10/2016
 bitter cold moon spirit        (More) 2/10/2016
 winning play moon spirit        (More) 2/10/2016
 monochrone moon spirit        (More) 2/9/2016
 winter breeze moon spirit        (More) 2/9/2016
 winter rime moon spirit        (More) 2/9/2016
 Spring morning moon spirit        (More) 2/9/2016
 snow flurries moon spirit        (More) 2/9/2016
 shallow pond moon spirit        (More) 2/9/2016
 Winter's End AutumnRose        (More) 1/29/2016
 First Snow AutumnRose        (More) 1/29/2016
 Cabin AutumnRose        (More) 1/29/2016
 Keeping Warm AutumnRose        (More) 1/29/2016
 Birds in Snow AutumnRose        (More) 1/29/2016

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May 26

Prickly Rose blossoms
five petals, deep magenta
opening, fading.

Cherry boughs, fragrant
overblown, petals falling
drifting, white, to earth.

Still-winged, the crane glides
low over the tidal flats
silent, at distance.

The peaks gather clouds
stone ridges, patches of snow
stark against blue sky

Somewhere wild geese call
raucous, breaking the silence
of an empty sky

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