Monthly Archives: January 2015

Thoughts On A Memo of Understanding

http://niagarahub.com/2015/01/22/lets-talk-cultural-district-guest-view-by-dan-davis/ My Note: the MOU was put in place prior to the Greenway formation and with a complete disregard to complete scoping of the N. RMP which would have included total removal to Lewiston and a genuine ecological restoration. This … Continue reading

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Winter’s Night

20 Jan 15 A capricious deity has scattered sequins across the backyard. In the flashlight’s beam the frosted grass glitters, adorned with broken star glass, snow melt drops caught in a transition to ground water. The dogs’ eyes are two … Continue reading

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Two Warnings

17 Jan 15 Elvis’s short, low-pitched woof from the back of the couch rewarded a glimpse of the fox. A phantom, it moved across the yard in the single digit air, this cold morning’s nautical twilight. It trotted along the … Continue reading

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Requiem for a Cardinal

9 Jan 14 A bird struck the sitting room window and dropped straight down. It lay on its side, orange beak pressed into the snow. Her body, a pale Cardinal red, vibrated as if the sound of the crash reverberated … Continue reading

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Owl Wisdom

8 Jan 14 Lesson 5 – A Course in Miracles The blue jays gathered in the witch hazel branches, their voices raucous, incessant. Additional jays flew in from nearby yards, each adding to the message. They squawked and fluttered in … Continue reading

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Abracadabra

9 Jan 14 Wind howls from the west. The powder-fine snow that fell over night rises like a spectral conjured from the ground in swirls of white that undulate. Snow lifts from the bare branches, ghosts, and disappears into the … Continue reading

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Winter Moonlight

8 Jan 14 4:00 a.m. Moon shadows stretch across the side yard from the waning gibbous moon, a bright ninety percent illumination. The missing ten percent a glow reflected by snow dust. Tree branches, moon sketched dark, cast mirror images … Continue reading

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