Monthly Archives: December 2017

Gwen Monohan

Arbor Party   High on the grape arbor a thistle feeder rests with a platform beneath to hold the suet cage. Plus stray puddles of seed and the feet of many guests. Watching from our window, binoculars held level, we … Continue reading

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Bobbie Troy

Underneath It All By Bobbie Troy sometimes I feel like a suspension bridge swaying in the air held up by cables that my life depends upon and secretly hoping that there is something underneath it allca to catch me if … Continue reading

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Dr. Ralph Monday

Waking   Waking, at times the world seems a trick. An angel locked in granite. A yellow jacket sun poured like stone onto the window. All these things go by like a drunk searching memory. What were we before we … Continue reading

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Douglas Polk Returns

Christmas Errands  only another day on the calendar, Christmas much more work, when the children grown and gone, the ability to believe, stretched and stressed a number of degrees, salvation seems now, no more than a dream, peace and good … Continue reading

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