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Photo finish Friday: “Flower power”

After a summer rain, its anthers covered in pollen and filaments opening up, this day lily strives toward renewed life.

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Photo finish Friday: “Blooming”

Reaching toward the future.

Reaching toward the future /

raindrops reflect the present /

while seeds crack the past.

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Photo finish Friday: “Footprints”

Footprints in the rain.

Footprints in the rain.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Alms”

Lawnmowers silenced /

Crippled grass cries out for rain: /

alms for the parched Earth.

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Photo finish Friday: “Holly’s”

It was a cool, rainy day down at Holly's Corner.

It was a cool, rainy day down at Holly’s Corner.

It was a cool, rainy day down at Holly’s Corner. Not quite a dark and stormy night, but close enough to encourage you to stop in something to eat and a bit of warmth. I was just about to step inside when a white car eased up tot he corner of Fulton and N. Central. I didn’t like the look of the car and I liked less the look of the person behind the wheel.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Now there is”

And now there is rain /

The boom of thunder echoing /

Your name in my heart.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Earth morning”

Rain plucks at the soil /

Thunder cackles through the clouds /

Earth’s face awakens.

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