Momentum

I’m driving, watching clouds,Seeing shapes, sometimes dancing, changing,Sometimes countries, trees, seahorses.Pale baby blue above the wisps,Shades of yellow, cream, bright greenDjilba colours by the road.Enjoying peace, quiet thoughtsDrifting as my wheels take me onAnd the sun graces the world with her rays.Another Subaru ahead, different model, Same age, same purple-blue, iridescent in the light,But also … Continue reading Momentum

Memo

Originator: Macrofungi Una Receiver: Macrofungi Tertia The body is stranger than we imagined. It is isolated, alone, and so very small. Its inner processes are convoluted and complex, but not unlike our own. There are microbacteria here, too, and water—though it is predominantly fouled with other cells and matter. It appears to obtain food via … Continue reading Memo

The Gift

She gave him the moon, on a night when crisp frost descended on the fields, and the first autumn fire crackled orange in the farmhouse hearth.  Marlee left Oscar sipping wine on their pinstriped couch. The fire, empty bottle and pizza box kept him company—remnants of their one-year anniversary celebration. When she returned, the kiss … Continue reading The Gift

Operation: Garden. One Year Later

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow."Audrey Hepburn From overgrown mess to native garden Time flies. Just over a year ago I blogged about starting work on my garden. So here we are: I'm going to show how it's gone. I have to say, I'm pretty darn proud, too. Warning: lots of pictures … Continue reading Operation: Garden. One Year Later