Category Archives: Nature

POEM: invasive species

invasive species we planted it at the foot of some low hills near a made-up border between two states soon we moved it across that line took it north, then west, then back east again we tried to give it … Continue reading

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POEM: this year we’ve decided to grow things

this year we’ve decided to grow things I’m excited when I was married, my wife always wanted to garden but I was never interested I let her choose the seeds, tend our community plot across town her father was a … Continue reading

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Two bulldozers with one stone: altering my activism

I’ve been thinking recently about the types of activism I’ve been involved in over the past 25 years. For the most part I gravitate toward social and economic justice issues, and anti-war work. I’ve done very little, if any, environmental … Continue reading

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POEM: onion snow

onion snow Years ago I left the North; ended up in a place where people wear shorts outside at Christmastime. I thought I’d died and gone to heaven, except Tucson was real. Carne asada enchiladas, elegante style, served during the … Continue reading

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Another photo of snow, as if it’s never fallen before

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PHOTOS: It snowed! You’ll totally believe what happens next!

We had some snow overnight. Because it’s, you know, winter.

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