Look how we got things wrong with our cool scientific thinking. Great thinking, but still, look how we got things wrong. What I mean is, scientific thinking has allowed for close study […]
Tbese webs are woven, and then rebuilt again and again after being torn by prey. They are then built on the old pattern, and become thick. This is what memory looks like, […]
I have a few questions. Why is Dickens (for example) studied in literature class at our local university, but not saskatoon leaves like this in the fall? Is this not writing? Is […]
The filberts are here! This is after I washed them. Can you spot the one with the mouse hole in it? The mice got 10%. The rest, rescued from the lilac, the […]
There is hardly a difference between Earth and sky. … is scarcely different from water cut by sky. Where the hillside is slowed by stones… … and snow buckwheat… Are these not […]
These days with layers of air sliding over each other … …are great ones for watching the clouds tell stories. Isn’t that a dog surfing, there?
If you ever needed proof that agricultural fences in the Okanagan, which are erected to keep out the deer, aren’t erected for that reason at all, this is it.
It’s a mystery. Trees grow straight up. Not towards the sun, though. That thing comes in at every crazy angle. I mean, why don’t trees grow towards that dawn instead? But no. […]
The day does not begin with land. It is only part of the day because it was there from before and its motion allows the day to open. And we say this, […]
It’s simple. Settler culture in North America is not about settlers, but about a culture created by settlement, which propagates itself and forces everyone to live by terms set by men in […]