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Mid-Winter Thaw

Walnuts lie in leaves Much like the mud-caked golf balls Replete in these woods (In the spirit of Lemony Snicket: “woods”, a word which here means “a grouping of more than a dozen trees”, as in “Nebraska woods”. Similar to … Continue reading

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Mid-Winter Moon

With 19 days left of being 19, I’m feeling terribly nostalgic, so here’s a poem I wrote on my 17th birthday nearly 3 years ago. Mid-Winter Moon   Did you see her tonight? She was huge – bigger than I’ve … Continue reading

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Mid-Winter Sun

The sun blinds me, makes me sneeze The winter sun, the winter air The blue, blue sky—incredibly blue! I wouldn’t believe it if I weren’t seeing it Not in Nebraska, more fields than people, Crop-duster capital of the world. No, … Continue reading

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Snowfall

Anticipated Snowfall – by me . Snow clings in delicate patterns To the fire-cut gazebo walls And the faerie lights. . The trees, loaded with their burden, Bend down to mix their snow With that on the ground. . I … Continue reading

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Snowless Winter Scene

Christmas lights around The bare trunks of winter trees— Devoid of leaf-clothes. . The aftermath of Christmas, maybe?  We have yet to put away our Christmas decorations, which is perfectly fine with me, but, as I believe it has only snowed three or four times … Continue reading

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