Tag Archives: northeastern Kansas

The Un-giving Trees

Some hearts hold on to everything and share nothing. The abundant heart is a generous heart. Continue reading

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Running the Race

It’s a simple fact: when a sixty-year-old man in less than terrific condition runs two 5K cross country obstacle races in one day, there will be pain! Continue reading

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Heading Home

As I drive south from Highland,
I see more than a hint
of coming cold
in the long flat of gray
spreading all the way east to Troy. Continue reading

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Informed Choice

Waking up day after day, looking out the dorm window and seeing nothing but miles of cornfields and fencerows is a pretty powerful reminder that you aren’t in Atlanta anymore. Continue reading

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February Dawn

The last crescent of a winter moon gives its glow to the snowy frost along the hill sloping toward the shed. Between the moon and the ridge, elm trees along the fence line stretch the black of their brushy ends against the orange rim of the eastern sky. Continue reading

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