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Ecology: Winter’s Grace

Reaching for White The sun rose on fields snow blown and misted ghostly swirls and dervishes. No fog this––– for fog simply lies. No–––this was living as it arched and twisted, fingering out to the road and reaching for me … Continue reading

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Birth: Winter’s Calling

Here in our region of Georgia we’ve had our first (and perhaps only) snowfall of the season.  It’s only an inch or two – a light dusting, in comparison with what states to the north of us routinely experience – … Continue reading

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Storehouse: Ownership and Attendance

In her poem “Winter and a Nuthatch”, Mary Oliver sings the story of her relationship with a little bird that she, over time, coaxed down from a tree into her hand for food in the bitter winter.  One day she … Continue reading

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