Tag Archives: birds


Will you come with me into the evergreens? We will tiptoe like birds, just a crackle through the bushes, which have died with such radiance, now dried and partial bodies folded, some still hanging by a tiny forest thread With … Continue reading

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Hummingbird drizzle and the mountain birds a crow interjects briefly, restrained the sun is up, it’s been so since 5 I watched it through the blinds intermittently as I stirred again and again listening to the movements of my daughter … Continue reading

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morning birds thunder warm covers i open my window for a moment the healing of the world is possible

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How many Birds

how many birds can sing each morning outside my window? such an alarm pulls me from my sleep smiling

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The Little Bird and Dr. Kevorkian

Earlier this week a wren flung herself against the sliding glass door that leads to our patio. It was the hard thump that alerted me … and Barley, my mid-sized golden doodle. We looked at each other for a few … Continue reading

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