POPO2022 day 3 — trees

once upon a time they may have footed about but now they stand, still once upon a time they walked tall, leaves shimmering happy, green nomads they footed about ’til every place was seen, their kingdom surveyed but now they stand, still digging deep with mirrored roots, our friendly neighbors

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 — Form — The Big Bluff

I stand before a California tree Tree that stands tall in Michigan Michigan is no place for sequoia Sequoia only home is California California seedlings trans planted Planted in Manistee, at the lake Lake Michigan’s temperate bluff Bluff that satisfies the sequoia Earlier in the week, I heard there were sequoia trees growing in Manistee,…

Doodads the week of 0712-071622

It’s been a couple of weeks.  Pics have been taken here and there but no time to get them off of the phone and posted.  On Tuesday, the 12th, I took a 17-mile bike ride.  On Wednesday, the 13th, I met up with the Moon Clan Mothers group up north and saw two giant willow…

Doodads — walk out back 030522

Yesterday older son visited for some hours.  He’s been on vaca all week and so it was good he chose to spend some of it with his old hen mum.  We took a drive to the Amish Bulk Food store so I could show him the place I’m always talking about.  Then we had lunch…