Peeping Roadrunner

He hopped atop the rock. The one holding down the table against the wind.   His piercing eyes gazed through the window. What life did they have beyond the glass barrier,  he wondered.   She might have opened the door for a visit, instead she just took photos. For the best, no doubt. He and […]

Senses That Trigger Place Memories

Ask me and I’ll tell you, I’m not big on poetry–reading it or writing it. I’ve been exposed to more lately. Made me think that maybe, just maybe, I should putter around with it now and then.  We live high atop a New Mexico hill now. We lived and vacationed on the East Coast in […]

The Oneness of Self and Environment

“I sing the body electric,” said Walt Whitman. Herman Hesse heard the teachings of his blood pulsing within. William Wordsworth said, “The world is too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers: Little we see in Nature that is ours; We have given our hearts away, a sordid […]