dVerse — Poetics — A World in Balance

A mountain bright then shadow-flipped as sun traverse the sky. With nimbos clouds and lightning bolts, the lines begin to blur. Ten thousand things in motion is the way of things, yet why? A death white hot is beating down upon the red, cracked earth where each still living thing yearns for its long parch…

dVerse — OLN 322 — double tanka prose

Last year, after careful research, planning, acquisition, and planting, the larch tree settled into its space in the back yard next to the ginkgo. Both trees were given extra water until fall. It kept the larch stress-free and made a big difference in the growth of the ginkgo this year. Both trees have been lush…

Dverse – MTB/Form – Ginkgo Circuitry

I’ve been waiting for awhile now You hug me as I hug sky now My cool bark ‘gainst your warm skin Tree and human; sky are kin Feel the circuit now a-hum Atoms swirling as if one I’ve been waiting for awhile now You hug me as I hug sky now This poem was inspired…

dVerse — Monday Quadrille — My type

Photo is used with permission by fabulous photographer, Pat, at Chronicles Of An Anglo Swiss. my type blows blue, clouds up, purges skies of subtlety. puffs petrichor into dusty nostrils, quivers stemhairs, stirs windchimes; the type that makes the call still sparks where wyrms enter, their tidings pleased roar Yinglong’s regard embodies fortunes freefalling, pummeling,…

Tough Love — Micro of the Macro

Please take a few minutes of your time to look at the beauty that is threatened by us carrying on as usual. Please read Lisa at Micro of the Macro’s post — then take action. The world as we know it depends on it. All photos were taken inside Yosemite National Park in California before…