Monthly Archives: May 2015

Foxtrot Echo Bravo

The poem I wrote about a fox last week (posted here) inspired me to try a picture of one and here it is. It occurs to me for the first time that there’s something Scottish and Celtic about what I’m … Continue reading

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May Day

Now the city hoists its sails as green leaves unfurl to catch the blustering force of May and change is in the air underway and underfoot in the blood and eye and ear the whispering roar as of an ocean … Continue reading

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Vulpine Night

Fox weaves and overlays the restless complexities of his habitual rounds a geometric web to bind it all together, pin it down against the night wind’s ravages and if you are weak or meat our little savage scout will sniff … Continue reading

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