I think these cactus blooms look like fancy bows for holiday gifts. Photo taken Dec. 26th in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Monthly Archives: December 2012
I can read a novel for hours, luxuriating in a well-told story; an interesting piece of nonfiction can intrigue me for equally long periods. But poems . . . Only one poem can speak to me per day, it seems. I’ve discovered that reading a poem a day provides me the perfect pace, time spent […]
On a still night in the darkness of a clean sky the breeze weaves a quiet tale. Looking on in lonely splendor the stars smile and nod their heads as it pleases them looking for a cloud as a pillow and drifting into sleep. It is a grand old song sung countless times through many […]
Doesn’t this bald cypress look as though it has green toe-nails? Photo taken in November at Cibolo Nature Center
We are who we are because of what we have done, where we have been, where we reside. We are different after experiencing new places, performing new tasks. I may never again go to Taxco, a colonial “silver city” of Mexico with cobblestone streets, but I am not the same person as I was before […]