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Cape Cod, United States
__I see with young eyes, an old mirror. Here, I hope to offer... as I see.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

__ Leaves, -do not- journey away  to be forever gone;  fallen leaves become a deeper part of this life's Earth. _m

sailing home
a ship on this forest brook
fallen leaf 

Friday, October 21, 2016

__  Ballooned faced chipmunks scurry, toting their winter cache to underground larders. _m

yellowed ferns
line this forest pathway
chipmunk cheeks

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

__  We learn new things in every dizzy swell of leaves, then a wobbly puppy.

days glean 
wisdom from this collage
fallen leaves

breezy leaves
within that continued whirl
a puppy chases

Sunday, October 16, 2016

__ New days, perhaps the branches are never empty?

morning light
within these empty branches
a blue jay


Wednesday, October 12, 2016

__ Once in a while during this month, a wee bit of Halloween humor.

They're out there!
__ Zombies' maze, and through their cluttered hollows, ions seep from void to void, as protons and electrons mesmerize and hypnotize each vapored mind into a cell of bland haze.

cell phone
casts this mystic spell
wraiths roam

Monday, October 10, 2016

__ This echo, was generated by Jan's recent Halloween post and painting. _m

darkened candle
relit by an unseen guest
scent of pine

Thursday, October 6, 2016

__ I have discovered how nonacademic I have become, as I read  remarks about that that some people refer to as haiku. Now lets see:  1, no seasonal hints; 2, no nature; 3, humans involved in the verse but not as mere observers; 4, politics/religion in some...  and that all seems like senryu in my depleted and sour mind. Now, are haiku and senryu one and the same? Newspeak?
__ Inept, I cannot describe these below. _m

mountain side
as tree limbs blush
times path
cows follow
this hay-bale cart
times path