Plants


widely native, never wilting, weathering well, white avens (Geum canadense)

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spring hopes                         a seedling oak                         before the deer

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  mown        a moment        remembering thyme-leaved speedwell (Veronica serpyllifolia).

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Cherry Springs State Park, I’m told, is named for groves of black cherry trees–

its evening sky,  the clearest and darkest in Pennsylvania.

These days by Little Crum Creek, hours from the skygazers I’ll one night join,

a single black cherry briefly flowers the white light of our nearest star.

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Each morning, first thing:  canopy over Little Crum Creek.
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awake–                                felled trees–                          the clarity of our time
….snowfall                           ….spaces that shape
……..traced limbs

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One

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more

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monarch

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headed

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in due time

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Mexico

 

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