so (3) three evenings ago,

after not feeling able to face facebook all day, I started preparing to post this “status” with its 12 ipadpics & its 21 lines there in an album but found I couldn’t do it the way I envisaged there, so here it is. [& i again invite you to read my page About me & this blogsite, updated 8 jul 14. & you’re welcome to share any of it.]

with this afternoon’s warmer eveninging

after not feeling able to face facebook all day
i turn from what i cannot say of what’s not here now
to what i can see here now & ipadpic a little

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hoping to catch a little of the pinkness in the gray
in the same frame i’ve posted more than once

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or perhaps this is closer? ah the ipadpic loses

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the bright red flowering of the dying coral tree
the ultra-invasive noxious weed

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that flowers in winter more brilliantly & beautifully
than in this light an ipadpic can show

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&/but its forms can play

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such parts

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in frames of sky

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& tree forms leafed & bare

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& when i turn there’s the view behind me
over the roof of our house

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or a little lower
with the light in the window from nitza’s desk

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& then veer back westnorwestwards, to a lilac-backed chinese aquarelle

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with cloud calligraphy

with this afternoon’s warmer eveninging

after not feeling able to face facebook all day
i turn from what i cannot say of what’s not here now
to what i can see here now
& ipadpic a little

hoping to catch a little of the pinkness in the gray
in the same frame i’ve posted more than once
or perhaps this is closer? ah the ipadpic loses
the bright red flowering of the dying coral tree
the ultra-invasive noxious weed
that flowers in winter more brilliantly & beautifully
than in this light an ipadpic can show
&/but its forms can play
such parts
in frames of sky & tree forms leafed & bare
& when i turn there’s the view behind me
over the roof of our house
or a little lower
with the light in the window from nitza’s desk
& then i veer back westnorwestwards,
to a lilac-backed chinese aquarelle
with cloud calligraphy

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