Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Follow the Leader

Evening is settling among the bricks and blossoms
Sparrows are tweeting their last goodnights
Our pathfinders are coming home.

 The narrower the path, the better the adventure

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Young Squivino Discovers The Power Of An Oak

Away from its birth nest for the very first time,

With translucent tail held high in the balance position, 

Young Squivino carefully walks along a branch,

Awake in the world

For the very first time.

Wednesday, January 5, 2022

Snow Falling on a Window Pane

Snowfalls mix together in my mind,

Fall after fall.

Moist, perfect for snowballs.

Powder, perfect for skiing.

Inch-wide flakes,

Perfect for a cold screen door.

Milk bottles on the front porch,

freezing cream on top, 

pushing up the paper lids.

No homoginizing then.

I know the myth about no two falling flakes alike,

Yet I wouldn't place my wager on it.

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Robino Tastes a Red Berry

as luck would have it, while walking in a field of yellow leaves, 
we find Robino once again, nibbling on a
Red Berry. 

Late afternoon by the reservoir in Central Park

Thursday, November 25, 2021

The Softening of New York City

 Even the sleekest, straightest, tallest, glassiest, richest-by-the-square-foot skyscraper needs a little natural softening-up to lure a wary traveler floating by

Sky scraper ~ New York City

Saturday, October 16, 2021

Which Comes first, The Dancer or the Dance?

In an empty asphalt patch, under the shadow of the Seattle Space Needle, a Violinist and a Dancer find one another


In the shadow of the Seattle Space Needle, October 2021
Seattle,  Washington

Wednesday, October 6, 2021