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January 15*

ribbed clouds pearled light the mud burnt umber slick frigid holding neat and paired the half-moon pooled tracks of deer *Copyright 2010 by Luther Allen. This poem appears in The View from Lummi Island.

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November 15*

bushwhacking                     the perfect description           breaking the lifeless limbs           squishing mosses           crumbling aged logs on hands and knees following the blacktail trails behind me a path of destruction, change in front:           two point buck                     roused from his bed                     nibbles here and … Continue reading

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September 8*

leaves on cherry tree hang limp. spent from hot light, a season’s work of crimson swollen fruit that fueled for a day that raucous band of gypsy thief crows now gone, marauding elsewhere while the gentle deer nuzzle the sweetening … Continue reading

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