maintenance mode

Hello and thank you for visiting this blog. I appreciate you reading, visiting, and commenting!

Because of my recent redesign of this blog and the two others I own, Heart of Life Music and Heart of Life Alchemy, I have literally hundreds of posts to check, to ensure that each one displays the way I want it to, given the new templates. (A word of advice to new bloggers: choose your template carefully. : )

In addition, as I check through my posts at this blog and others, I find plenty of writing I want to revise. Sometimes I face the decision of whether or not to trash a particular poem or post.

I’m also behind on thanking my new followers, and keeping up with the blogs I follow.

The year 2014 is almost over. I decided yesterday that now is the time to get all the above “maintenance” jobs taken care of, so that I can enter 2015 ready to receive and share fresh inspiration. I plan to begin posting poetry again sometime near the transition between 2014 and 2015.

In the meantime, I can think of no better way to end this post than to encourage you to educate yourself about one of the great global challenges we face at this time: climate engineering.  You can find out more at www.geoengineeringwatch.org.

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counting 2

so many weeks to winter solstice
a few more weeks, and the days
will start to stretch again
like cats do after they nap

I won’t feel

I’ve barely gotten started
and the dark is back again

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My care for people, animals, and plants compels me to invite you daily to visit this site: www.geoengineeringwatch.org. At Geoengineering Watch, you can educate yourself about the impact on all our lives of solar radiation management programs.

melt

snow-strip lines long road
south edge only—letter home,
last week’s earth-sun dance

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I love seeing people survive and thrive, as well as nature! That’s why I invite you to visit this site and discover what you can do to stop climate engineering’s threat to your well-being: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.

 

a wrap

move sawhorse to garage
pile long logs away from house
cold—body wants rest

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I find the dance between myself and nature endlessly fascinating and instructive. Out of loyalty to nature, I invite you to find out more about the practice of climate engineering, which is widely interfering with natural cycles: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.

11/20/2014

rabbit feet punch-holes
in day-old snow’s damp paper
sun softened edges

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We all leave tracks. You can find out more about the ones streaking the sky at www.geoengineeringwatch.org.

neighbor explains

antelopes
will
cross gulleys
but
don’t jump fences

antelopes learn
fast
where to find gates
two
posts closely placed
no
wire—antelopes pass
cattle can’t

and he told me
he once raced
an antelope
in his car
at 45 mph
the buck
accelerated
cut right across the road
in front of him

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Photo: See it at Pixabay here.

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I feel privileged to see wild animals frequently and I want them to thrive. That’s why I find this website important: www.geoengineeringwatch.org.