Tag Archives: Spring

A Nod to my NORD turning Japanese

Introduction from Poitou (11.1) Four haiku for you may you laughingly accrue knowledge déjà vu. A bright April day not quite Helvetic (21.17) Sun achromatic, Spring air diaphragmatic; joy enigmatic? Latinate Mood Contaminate (30.13) Joyous incarnate till your eyebrows machinate. … Continue reading

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Spring

Sun flows in my back bright colours, my steps will crack dead leaves from years back

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The hare that doesn’t share today

The Winter harsher this late April when it shouldn’t be had receded from a sidewalk I walked home on. Only in late afternoon had the warmth managed to melt the snow there. It was damp and gritty but better than … Continue reading

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Beautiful sunlight soaking into the winterized house for days has thawed me out enough to find the sneakers, step out in a daze unrebooted, unparka-ed on the ste-eep of a stoop blinking at bright rays and finally, tears wicked by … Continue reading

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New Sun

New Sun Glorious sun of returning Spring so delayed this year is brightening and inflating us all as we open the doors and uninsulated by ice we stimulate dance enjoy our connection with the Earth. 2014/03/31

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F.W.R. Dickson Wilderness Area

One of the sites Larry and I picked in Quiet Spaces our Natural Areas of Waterloo Region guide (the inspiration for an earlier post of mine) is called the F.W.R. Dickson Wilderness Area. My wife and I visited it this … Continue reading

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