May 17th, 2009

KK with Kanji

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  • 09:12 New Oneshot: Of Pickles and Badgers bit.ly/BySkH
    just Rin and Atae #
  • 09:13 @kmoaton They aren't male women, that's for sure...just like women aren't female men...LOL #
  • 09:14 @quirkyslayer And I woke up early and didn't have to! #
  • 09:21 The sun is shining and it's going to hit 80 today. A few nights ago it froze. Crazy spring. Garden fever is upon me.... #
  • 09:30 I know a lot of what goes on in hubby's head: hunting, pretty butts, gunpowder, nice legs, fishing, beautiful cleavage, dinner...etc. LOL #
  • 10:37 @kmoaton See, you understand men. LOL. #
  • 12:33 New photo: May Garden bit.ly/uZhpD #
  • 12:55 New Manip'ed photo: Of Red and White bit.ly/GiT2a #
  • 18:56 Dirt is heavy (hauling topsoil and compost mix to put in pots for transplants...), but it's still lighter than water. Not complaining.. #
  • 21:27 Well today did a oneshot, edited 3 photos, and started another oneshot, planted a bunch of things and went to Home Depot 2 times. Tired. #
  • 21:43 @kriscynical I didn't know I wasn't! I'll go see what's happened #
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Poem: On the Beach By Heceta Head Lighthouse

The water ran down to meet the sea
in a tiny rivulet,
small enough that a child diverted part of it,
digging a canal with a spoon
to add interest to sand castle,
stepping back and forth across the stream
as she worked.

A young man stared out at the water
and remembered
the last time he had seen her,
coming back from the beach
and grew sad in his memories,
although he would not tell me this until later.
At the time,
I thought he was just lost in the scene.

I looked at the lighthouse up on the cliff,
and dreamed dreams
of living close to ocean, beach and mountain,
but knew
I would return to the desert,
and live there, content.

After awhile, my husband stood up,
and said, “Let’s go eat,”
and we left.
But I still think of it once in a while,
and dream of damp sand
between my toes
and how the water lapped my feet.
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