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Three inches of rain, they say, and an inch of hummingbirds ruby throats frenzied at the feeder, bathing in a limestone cup of water Two inches of northern sky I measure with my thumb and forefinger a rose-colored sash … Continue reading
On June 23, 1988, James Hansen, director of the Godard Institute for Space Studies, in reply to a congressman who asked him when global warming would arrive, replied that it had already arrived. I don’t remember that hearing. Do you? … Continue reading
Orville and I sat on his porch, Ruby Puppy resting comfortably on my feet. There was a slight breeze, a tickle maybe. It is third nesting season around here, another round of male cardinals and finches and robins fighting one … Continue reading
Dear Diary, Today I met with Kim Jung Un. What a guy! He looks like a fatso Munchkin! He could walk the Yellow Brick Road with Judy Garland! His eyelids were so close together I never saw his eyeballs. I … Continue reading
White marbles smash down petals shed to petals’ dust and rent red lilies Slight teacup finch nests swirl above the just-cut grass their pied eggs unharm’d The storm passes south its path a stream of tree limbs: Rush, … Continue reading
Racial divide depends on slotting: White is white, black is black, Latin is Latin, Indian is Indian, Asian is Asian. Except, all of that is demonstrably false. There is one human species. If this disappoints you, a member of the … Continue reading
A new study has been published showing that raccoons and Trump Republicans (Trumpublicans) are “dumber than warm spit.” The study, published by the Phish Fist Institute, a centrist think tank, reported that raccoons, when placed in voting booths, voted for … Continue reading
The Chicago Park District has etched in stone, the edict that all parks bordering lake Michigan are for the people in perpetuity. No buildings may be erected, no businesses (not counting drink stands) run. Just open space for the benefit … Continue reading
May 22, 2918 “The Snapper” The American Bottom is sated. After a week of rain, water comes up to the edges along Routes 3 and 111. Water critters from raccoons to lizards and skinks to snakes and turtles were making … Continue reading