From May, 2023


–short man short man in garden  gave me rhubarbs to make lemonade from i complimented him  on his sweet peas he told me my cucumbers would fail my strawberries were done and that i should plant potatoes i plant after what leaves i like to touch, i said then he suggested bush beans and hokkaido —they will have edible flowers and soft leaves

05.29.2023 3/3 whitsun, light as milk

–light as milk boulders bouncing down as sleepy toddlers, over slopes and edges before landing at their final resting place though some boulders break apart leaving craters of fragmentation (in their) becoming imperfect spheres

05.29.2023 2/3 whitsun, light as milk

–light as milk the light is soft and fractal; like dreaming a cave-opening in the sandstone formation darkness emanates and fill the air as light reach you, pass through you and snow falls as choruses

05.29.2023 1/3 whitsun, light as milk

–light as milk the light is boiling milk; foam and blinding heat animal hauls and calls are wild and fill the air as light these are the real beings and we are merely alive to hear their hauling and reply listening makes them exist as seeds of life in other worlds


highway spring carrion and blessings on our hare-kin, may the gaze of their eye be a portal to a joyous world –here’s to the lilacs in their full bloom, above all i am here, i am here i am here –for Keith, Ordrup 2023