Month: September 2017

Summer 2017

Wild mood swings Calm. We soothe our wounds, Reconstruct, Find the kind story. Though words Linger. We begin a new Autumn memory   Try this link Or this link Or even this link   Advertisements

Earthscape — Elan Mudrow Photography

Oregon Garden, September 2017 Enter this link. Or this link. Or even this link elanmudrow@gmail.com via Earthscape — Elan Mudrow Photography

Olympic Peninsula Beach–How To Miss A Highway

To get to the beach, we hike Through the smell of pine So thick, we can taste it. The trail is carpeted with needles– We think we’re the first humans To arrive on a new planet. Trees older than Columbus With golden brown skin,…

Bandaged — Elan Mudrow Photography

North Head Lighthouse, Washington State This is a LINK. This is another LINK. elanmudrow@gmail.com via Bandaged — Elan Mudrow Photography

Peaceful Shit

The doors are open Yet, it’s silent I should hear children… The ones of the neighborhood Screaming at play Or the voice of Mr. Rush In his backyard Talking on his cell About installing water pumps. Where’s the lawn mowers The Leaf blowers And…

Adolescent Tongue

Haze is in our voice, Wraps the air in orange Our mouths taste of ash From heat and dryness Encircling our throats We speak through filters We become speechless    Our voice is smoke As the sun turns colors A Pumpkin glow, fluttering Our…

Bridge Over Troubled Ferns — Elan Mudrow Photography

Oregon Coast Trail, Cape Lookout. August 2017 via Bridge Over Troubled Ferns — Elan Mudrow Photography

Nourish

Bits of straw, loose grain Scattered on harvest floor. Gleaned after tough rain Of the native moon Left nothing but tussled turf, and….. Remnants of our hunger.   Those bones, crop stalks Will bleach in encroaching, Inedible sunlight, Who comes As either life or…

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