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I could get with that.It is yet aother side of you.
Don't try to tell me that's Texas!
Hi folks!S: If I could only find a back-pack big enough for all my particular scenery...Dale: Oh, darn, you caught me! :-) Nope, still riffling through pix of Eugene. Hope to have time enough this weekend to wander for a while in our chilly 100+ temps and see what I can see in Central Texas.
it looks so refreshing.
love the poem.
I wondered if that was Texas, too! Those trees look familiar to me. Maybe I saw them when I was in Eugene in April. A friend and I and her 3-year-old grandson walked on a riverside trail.Thanks so much for the link to the interview with Lu De-An who said:". . . the most important thing was that, realizing the charm of ordinary reality, I allowed my poetry to return to everyday language and everyday things . . . "
beautiful! another one of your wish-i-was-there scenes.
Hey all y'all!Eddy: It was, and I wish that RGB 72 dpi could do justice to the slant golden light I saw. Now go play!Mansuetude: Yeah, me too -- the Chinese poets on that site were all very interesting.am: It may have been the same trail -- there was a really nice park, lots of stuff for my lil' nephew and a family friend's little girl to play on, and a long winding trail alongside a river. But then, Eugene seemed to be full of rivers...rd: Thanks much -- it ain't rust and entropy, but it speaks to other parts of me and I'm glad it did for you as well.
this is fab. i long to linger hereand thank you so for your kind words lori witzel
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