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Daily Archives: October 6, 2015

Summer arrived a bit ahead of schedule with dry air, stifling heat, persistent drought and languid children, too hot and too sleepy. The weird winter weather put a damper on some crops, but others arrived earlier than usual … So here I am, foraging for blackberries in June. At the neighborhood grocer’s they’ve arrived, their deep purple tamed, trapped in clear plastic boxes, stacked by pears tossed on a wayward rumor of autumn © 2014, poem, Jamie Dedes,… Read More