I be a tomato plant: displace soilwith roots, reach for sun II socially distancedgreetings from Leesburg! nothingto shrug at, I guess. III roommate’s tamagofresh inspiration for a sad #haiku
One thing I’ve learned from writing all these haiku is that I don’t know a lot of local flora. I green leaves pop againstgrey sky, trees savor last night’s refreshing rainstorm II grass or allium?not sure, but it’s waving quitegently in the breeze III scrubby little plantschilling near their taller, (grassor onion?) buddies IV April showersContinue reading “11 June 2020”
Not one per day, but we’re three months into the pandemic, and I’m tired. 7 June sun setting overRoute Seven; clouds blanketingblue and orange sky 4 June 1 June thought leader for facecoverings, collars, re-thinksand blocks COVID-holes 30 May Lettuce tell you, welove our CSA. How much?You won’t be-leaf it! 28 May sinuous, creamyfolds ofContinue reading “27 May – 7 June”
I a post meant towarn cars from discarded bridgenow part of food chain II is this wheat? not sure,I’m not a grain scientist.it’s a plant for sure!
safe from one: spreadingsaliva; two: moving cars;three: hiding. good job!
Will made a seventeen-syllable statement, so naturally I’ve included it here. it’s something about the abstract meaning of circ–les over culverts Will Angley
I found inside denimjacket’s pockets: last summer’s NYC(?) refuse II per Woods, cicadamania dot com, brood comesafter irises
opposite side ofcreek, rather similar towhere we often stand
a ruin, likelynot a folly, found withinnearby neighborhood
leaves on a tree, withextra light pollution, thanksto headlamp’d brother