Monthly Archives: October 2018

That Warm Autumn Smell

That warm autumn smell Run or we’ll be late for school I’ll buy the pumpkins

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Fellow Tetrapod interviews 1

Koenraad “Koen” Robbert Ruis (b. Rotterdam 1988) is an evolutionary biologist who enjoys taxidermy and cooking, sometimes at the same time. PhD Evolutionary Biology from University of Groningen, MA in International Affairs, Conflict Resolution, and Civil Society Development. What do … Continue reading

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Fellow Tetrapod begins

Hello everyone! I’ve been silent for a while, but now real life is backing off a bit and I’m starting a new story. It’s called Fellow Tetrapod and I’m very excited about it. Fellow Tetrapod is a hard scifi talking … Continue reading

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Clouds on Vitosha

Clouds on Vitosha A white blanket inside out Under warm tops, snow.

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The Smell of Old Leaves

The smell of old leaves We try to collect them all Children jump in them

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Virginia Creepers

Virginia creepers Give cranberry-colored leaves To her collection

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Yellow leaves at last

Yellow leaves at last My children might be crying Their teachers’ll deal

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A Distant Rumble

A distant rumble The pink belly of a plane Reflected sunset

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The Autumn River

The autumn river The tamarisks are green gold Round rocks press my back

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