Tag Archives: full moon

The First Warm Evening of Spring

A warm evening, good chili, a nice dog, a woman you love and a full moon… ahh, life is good. Continue reading

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Quiet Waters

If even a small pond can reflect the glory of the sun or sky, then you and I can also reflect a greater Light. Continue reading

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Full Moon

In the same way that Stephen King ruined us on clowns, Twilight and The Walking Dead and a bunch of other such things have soiled the full moon. Continue reading

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Morning Duty

Even something as simple as feeding a horse can give us the chance to appreciate the beauty of a winter morning. Continue reading

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Holding the Rare Moment

This animal could kill me
with a single kick
but he doesn’t even twitch
as I kneel beside him, Continue reading

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For a Daughter, Five Hundred Miles Away

How I wish that the peace of this night
could somehow soothe your heart
in the midst of this agony of betrayal and loss; Continue reading

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Spring Morning

In the ebbing darkness of an April night,
the bright circle of the moon
holds full and warm
above the ridge. Continue reading

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The Witness of a Greater Light

I love the look of a winter moon,
barely past full,
just that slight slump of the middle
suggesting it is only slightly less
than the night before.
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The Freezing Fog

we must strive in the shadows of clouds
and never allow our seeing to vanquish vision.
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Morning Feeding

The whiteness of the horse shed

shows beneath the spreading pines

silhouetted against the sky

and dwarfed by the eighty-foot cottonwood

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