Mother Earth

mother earth

Marsh grass hides clamor

of peepers singing spring.

Salamanders scrape fleshy

fins on glacial rock, sprinting

to water. A mink came once,

noisy, entitled, predatory

until swans extended bony

wings and honked him away.



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  1. I looked through your blog and was impressed with all the photos and topics. Well done, well organized, and informative. I live in Colorado, land locked, so I have different weather here. Lots of snow, but little humidity. I grew up in Maryland, so your blogged was a good reminder of the benefits of living near the water.


    • Thank you for taking the time to stop and look. Landlocked in Colorado, but oh, those mountains and life among them! I know Maryland a little, having worked in Washington briefly, so water is probably a bit in your soul. Nice to meet you. Love the header photo you have on your blog, absolutely gorgeous.

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