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The sofa is warm A breeze from the rain outsides Grandmas have the kids
The smell of janki Fermenting on the sidewalk. How inneficient.
Today one of my students showed me the new English words she’d learned last week from Factfulness, which I’d recommended to her. Included on the list were: “devastatingly,” “mislead,” and “gag.” Damn good words! Factfulness is somewhere between a book … Continue reading
I just learned something about air pressure and how it changes with altitude. I have my characters in Junction make a 1,000 meter climb in a day on a 1.3 G planet (uh…there was a convenient path up the slope?) … Continue reading
Fallen mulberries Stain the ground below the tree. Better to eat them.
Roadside chicory, too to tear the roots out. Help me to wake up
A tomb and its park Trees cast shade on its soft grass Why don’t I go there?
Gourmet chef is actually international spy! “No, no, not that CIA. I work for the Culinary Institute of America.” I could write a whole series! Rising Agent: Crime Brulée Spoiled Broth Globally-Sourced …and when the author gets cynical and sloppy… The Spy … Continue reading
New rose buds open Above the fallen petals That the kids tore up
A fir tree’s new growth, A bumblebee rests on it. Give me a moment.