Monthly Archives: March 2015

Moonlight and Vultures

As feathers go, this one is impressive. It’s as long as my forearm, the upper surface color a subtly deep brown that modulates into grey near the edges. The refraction of my desk light gives a momentary, incorrect impression that … Continue reading

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A Fallen Sparrow

Luke 12:6 A dead sparrow In these last days of winter. For him, No spring. –LMJ c.1999 On a day like this, it is hard to get that spring is only a few weeks away. Last week, it was a … Continue reading

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Awake and Unaware

The road is paved but barely two lanes wide, and is minus a yellow stripe. It winds between cow pastures. On both sides, the margin between the barbed wire and the pavement is a ditch lined with hackberry trees and … Continue reading

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