april poem a thon 27

April 28, 2013 § Leave a comment

the breaks

spent that first winter reading Sinclair Lewis Theodore Dreiser Thomas Wolfe (every single word) F.Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda, Hemingway, Stein, dos Passos, Faulkner, Patchen, Ferlinghetti & Kerouac, Mordecai Richler (the list keeps growing) telling time with wood mapping the spring garden (companion planting) guarding tomato starts reading to doug out of how to keep your volkswagen alive for the compleat idiot chipping ice off the bathroom floor after we stayed in town longer than we’d planned a whole other story tracking cougars putting the pump house roof back on the pump house every time the wind blew, becoming mrs doug clark (Mrs. Doug Clark), when spring came he went to work for dan kramer who never did figure out why we didn’t just throw the seeds in the ground they’ll grow

we talked about buying the place
and farming



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