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Walking a path on a hot afternoon, shedding a heavy mantle of work’s entangling thoughts, my attention’s drawn to a shadow on the path — it’s a dark purple swallow resting with his belly buried in the sun-baked sand at … Continue reading
There are some finely crafted poems in this issue of hedgerow journal. One of my favorites by Joy McCall:
There’s a beautiful red fox around here lately, which I’ve not yet had the pleasure of seeing, but which my wife recently saw. He, or she, was dashing across the far end of the front lawn, happy and energized. Apparently, … Continue reading
Those sweet surprises from the garden.