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Buds on magnolia trees flaunt pink tips and lush bodies anxious to shed their cold-weather skins. Crocus and daffodil leaves stand tall to decorate their earthen comforters and shelter adolescent blooms. All will wither and die as winter snows dance … Continue reading

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The green-scene is top-coated with split-seam sprays topple-down trees tempest-tossed twigs. I slow-dance my mod-bod to the one-two- buckle-my-shoe rhythm of the wind-whistler as I twinkle-toe my way across the lawn-litter with my clean-up crew of cool-tools and Spring-swing the … Continue reading

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spring is everywhere two boys ten and eleven murder on their minds (Haiku inspired by “2 boys face murder conspiracy charges“. UPI.com. March 31, 2013.

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