Quotes #2

The old printing press laughed at me and mocked my technology,

“The novel is still written one letter at a time.”

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Note: Photos taken at Stonefield Village, part of the Wisconsin Historic Society

A Growing Haiku

adventure awaits

step ahead and glance behind

know that I am there

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Note: Photo taken at Stonefield Village, part of the Wisconsin Historic Society

We Play

we play
content all day
under green canopy
we cross cool brook’s laughing waters
on scattered-stone bridges and fallen logs
climb on rock outcroppings adorned
with taproot tapestries
in Nature’s lap
we play

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Danced

danced on the edge of the baker’s knife
the plot thickened
like chocolate ganache
until it crumbled

tension released
in a shower of shavings
over the already frosted
chapter-layered
cake

hands, poised to crack open the book,
positioned the knife
and sliced deeply

then, like cake devoured,
the story
savored,
swallowed,
digested,
and
imbued

baker and patron,
reader and writer,
danced

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Quenching

quenching
thirst of journey
through time’s scorched-earth sand dunes
desert-oasis pond appears
gathered by lore’s cupped hand, lapped by dry tongue
waters of youth’s giving fountain
wet sojourner’s parched lips
old soul’s desire
quenching

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