Each month, write a new collection.
Winter After a Poor HarvestChristmas breaking hard upon the California coastDead waves clawing crippled structuresLeaning warehouses, crumbling churches, imperfect cornersThe waters of the San Jaoquin drag them awayTo be torn apart and ground into sandArsenic falls in gentle layers of powder, quiet and grayBlown in billowing clouds from the northern wasteWhere hungry air howls, scraping bedrock.Starved of life to strip away, left only bones to gnaw, Until life reemerges from the fabric of the Earth
That's great. It really captures the middle coast area especially
Awesome Mark! Great images and lots of movement. Good stuff.
There's no edit feature here, right? You have to delete and repost if you want to tinker?
Yeah, that's what I always have to do!
Winter in Oakland.Restraining disappointmentThe morning, still finds meOpening the spicot To fill the water can.With El Nino still a ghostI loose a gentle shower On the 4 inch Drought tolerant friends.Thermo jacket zippedI stomp across the mulchPatting down the holes Left by busy squirrels.The flame red holly berriesRemind me to not to lag Gather my Christmas branches Before the cedar waxwing feast.
I love that! Christmas in Oakland