Author Archives: Jason Crane

POEM: unified field theory

unified field theory to watch a hummingbird poke its long snout into a fake flower in search of sugar water is to understand the universe /// Jason Crane 28 July 2018 Canandaigua NY

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POEM: another meditation

another meditation a sateen breeze tousles the grass at the edge of the cement patio chipping sparrows flit to the feeders, running low after our week away one insistent crow shouts from a nearby tree; I think I see him … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Day Mystery

On Mothers Day I revealed to my mom that the man who raised her wasn’t her biological father. Here’s the story. Continue reading

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haiku: 27 April 2018

chipping sparrow hops from one feeder to the next late April rainfall 4.27.18 State College PA

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haiku: 24 April 2018

the tiniest thread connects life to life; soft silk in a constant wind 4.24.18

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haiku: 5 April 2018

light spills from the sky onto the snow-dusted hills I put my shades on 4.5.18

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