I’m traveling back in time by Mathias Jansson

I’m traveling back in timeby Mathias Jansson I’m traveling back in timeto the north of Swedento my parents’ placewhere I was born I’m traveling back in timefollow my childhood paththe path I used to runthrough the forestdown to the river I’m traveling back in timeto a time when I saton the stone by the waterfishingContinue reading “I’m traveling back in time by Mathias Jansson”

in the meadow magenta by Cynthia Hogue

in the meadow magenta by Cynthia Hogue (reading Robert Duncan in Haldon Forest) bloom looks like lupine from afar but up close the small bell- like flowers of wild hollyhock  the holy that forth came that must come mystery of frond fern gorse a magic to which I relate to land of hillock and bolderContinue reading “in the meadow magenta by Cynthia Hogue”

Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpais by Andrew Hoyem

Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpaisby Andrew Hoyem Those paths on the mountainside which neither ascend nor descendbut proceed at a level, are overgrown from disuseby human beings if ever they wentalong these routes. Animals and other spirits who do not disturb the foliage overheadwalk through the foothills, past the mountain,without observing its heights orthe surrounding depths.Continue reading “Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpais by Andrew Hoyem”

4. Rare School Bell, Long Walnut Handle by Kelley White

4. Rare School Bell, Long Walnut Handleby Kelley White finely turned, exceptional patina, turnedand flared brass bell with iron clapper,Canterbury, NH, C. 1850, 28” h $2100 The ledger tells how I came to be here.A man, my father, called Charles Thomas,though it may have been Thompson,or Thomson, or Tomas, (this is EldressCora’s hand, surely, recording,Continue reading “4. Rare School Bell, Long Walnut Handle by Kelley White”