Lengthening Shadows

Rising to fly west at dawn, winging their way east at sunset, wise crows don their shadows, never chase them. Silk taffeta overcoats, elegant as obsidian in moonlight, i envy their finery. . © M.G. Iannucci 2017 Photo: Crow by Kathy Fornal

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Warbler’s Speech

a rapid, staccato tune, drizzled into the silence between eighth notes. . in a world of clang  and clatter, what does it matter that she sings faster? . she will fall from the sky in a season or two. those who truly listen are the rare few. . © M.G. Iannucci 2017 Photo: Cherish

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Herding Hens

we determine our future with each fleeting thought. though mine tend to scratch and scatter,  digging in the slippery grass. with apron outstretched, i try to ease them back through the gate. but they rise and race randomly, incessantly attempting to flee the coop. . © M.G. Iannucci 2017 Photo: Maremma Guarding Chickens

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So Wafts The Wind…

through the concave walls woven from transformation embracing stillness wholeness rests at the center eternal voice sings of spring . © M.G. Iannucci 2017  

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