© Marie Marshall.
The geese are back! 🙂
According to the Kickapoo, anyway.
k… I was holding up fine with kintsukuroi geese- beautiful image, love birds of all kinds – even the coffee and the Cossack sitting about with the Kickapoo – all as expected. But those runny eggs with ketchup and the bulot…. no no no… ewwww…..none shall pass MY lips. 🙂
*raises an eyebrow.
Flocks of hills – I like that!
Stands to reason that hill-shepherds herd hills, no? 😉
Scribes live such an ordinary life in the most extraordinary way. I must have the Cossack and the Kickapoo over sometime for a cup of Colombian and an over-easy egg one morning…
You needn’t stare up to see that geese
have renewed their eight or so month lease.
Gaze down at green ground and you shall see
blissful white blots of eternity,
evidence of their divinity,
that contain our future history.
You’re welcome to them They’ve scoffed all the cheesecake.
Disgraceful! After coffee I will put them to work in the garden tilling soil. Dirty work for naughty boys…
Or vice versa.
more like a streak of ketchup..ha..i like…makes it so down to earth
Yeah, nothing like good ol’ ketchup to bring a poet of his/her cloud. 🙂
Oh, the repair of the cracked sky is something fantastic. I see it as a silvered repair, though gold would work as well.
Yes, red-gold, full of copper, to warn the shepherds.
I was shadowed over by their flight!
You need to be careful about that.
that word Gaggia comes out sounding “gotcheeeeyah”
a warm barker standing beside the turnstiles
welcoming us into the sprawling stadium of “judgment day cancellations”
i’m enjoying the vision, the life there!
That pronunciation is peculiar to the White Mountain Apache, and you have to make your eyeballs stand out when you say it. I just heard by the way, that it’s on hold, rather than cancelled; keep your eyes on the departure board.
interesting. i wrongly assumed it was in italian and thought of coffee and robert benigni sketching a window on the prison wall in “down by law” the movie.
got my eyes on the departure board. thank you.
The word is Italian, it’s the pronunciation that’s Apache.
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