Category Archives: Poems

Wildcat

Wildcat –Joanne Rand 10/26/11 Quarter century ago I was rumbling down the street When a giant mountain lioness She shown herself to me She leapt ten feet a’fore my path Stood a’fore my eyes With heaving, drippy, muddy flanks, Incredible … Continue reading

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Early Morning’s Walk

Early Morning’s Walk –Joanne Rand 10/4/09 Black and fuschia lycra clad I walk my dog on extendo-leash Past velvet Kelly meadows green Spread in heavenly sunlit sheen Assaulted by big air machine! Bearded, booted, hard-hat boys Wielding floppy nozzled noise … Continue reading

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The Time of my Life

I am having the time of my life Despite thinning ozone Cancers cropping up like mushrooms Despite glaciers calving chunks of ice the size of small states Changing the ratio of saline solution for the first time ever Despite geysers … Continue reading

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