Category Archives: Nature Writing

Rana Subaquavocalis: Meditations Upon a Rare Frog

(Over the years I’ve published a handful of pieces in Pilgrimage, a journal not unlike The Sun, which offers personal essays and poems with a strong sense of place and spirit. Now I’ve caught up with Telling It Real: The … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring: The Slaughter

It rained last night, an observation that would have slipped my mind as readily as dreams do, if not for driving into town for a late morning breakfast. On the hundred yard stretch of road between the old reservoir and … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring: The Moth

Last night, the first moth of the year landed on my window, a soft thump followed by that insatiably fluttering for lamplight. These past days I’ve been savoring firsts, stopped in my tracks while out on my walks to listen … Continue reading

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