Entries Below Are About The Topic Of spring

A Poem for April: April with his Showers Sweet

Thereby hangs a tale… It is raining, not pouring. Quiet as snowfall, rain waters our night. We wake refreshed, grateful for nectar that droppeth gentle, merciful from the heavens above. Santa Barbara can be a land of drought & fire. … Continue reading

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A Poem for February: A Prayer for Spring

Thereby hangs a tale… Hmmm, what happened to the New Year?  February half over,  and I’ve posted naught. I must blame writing and revision, that, and reading. I’ve been immersed in the stylings of the fabulous Kate Atkinson, and will … Continue reading

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We must cultivate our Garden

Thereby hangs a tale… Spring weather turns with a forecaster’s dine.  Last week brought snow on the mountain pass and falling glass, and now along with warmer temps drifts of honeysuckle cascade into my garden.  Their fronds snake over the … Continue reading

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