Saving You

There is a way to save you, caught in the thick briar mind. Painful as I reach out for it, hands a mess of bloody punctures. I never knew we ever let it get this far.   I have to admit, I wondered how we were going to get you out, but time and my […]

Growing Season

Some malign mornings dressed messily in soft, wet gossamer fog hanging low, light barely seeping through layers of thick clouds. A steady drip, as fat drops hit the roof and window sill and I am reassured. I am relieved. I am inspired by it.   Years ago, these prairies were dying. Dry, drought conditions cracked […]