Andi Winter

Writer, Reader, Tea Drinker, Chrononaut

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Today’s haiku

dentist chairbetween injections

dentist’s chair meditation:

“and this, too, shall pass”

—apparently my body doesn’t recognize anesthetics well, much to my (and the dentist’s) dismay

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maples leaves in the raincrimson maple trees

blazing color in the rain

nature on fire

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storm clouds approaching

peeks of blue in the distance

ducks huddle nearby

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woke to drums pounding
lightning flashing in the sky
—a striking commute

—Very strange for the Portland area. Very very strange.
And yet I can’t not pun.

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hawk in nesteach morning I check

birds’ nest on telephone pole—

two falcons? or three?


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sleeping fox

one day I’m moving
building shelves, tearing down walls
the next — unconscious

—on monthly energy swings

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nutella toastsign on the highway:

“Spread love thick like Nutella”

—true words to live by

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falcon flyingsoaring overhead

the falcon rides the thermals

lazy summer day

-with the extreme heat we’re seeing, the thermals must have been amazing

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blackberries and vinesThought friend was joking:

“You gotta beat back nature”

-ah, the blackberries



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monster rhododendronkernels on the branch

monster rhododendron blooms

like fuchsia popcorn

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