Tag: autumn

This World is Open

We have these stories about the perfect place. That first Biblical story of the land of love and fruit created in the image of the fruit-maker, the lover of all things sensory, all things finite and mortal. Potential blossomed on the vines trailing across…

Fall in the Country . . . and into Writing

Come out to the country for autumn, for fall, for a unique writing experience with Oklahoma Book Award winner Jeanetta Calhoun Mish. Mish will be offering a writing workshop for people of all ages and experience levels at the museum on Oct. 8 at…

Enter Reaching

Red. Yellow. Green. Hint of blush and falling leaf, Necessary as bread, sweetness of life lived Out of time and in the stolen, hidden moments We forget even as we breathe them in. Red. Yellow. Green. You see them from a distance In the…

Seasoning

It was in that time Of the reddening leaf, The dot-matrix dance of the grackle, Sun fade and found hours, That we met,

Persimmons

Between the dams, I get off my bicycle At the orange splotches alongside the road. Their fruit print pattern an indication of this . . . It is autumn and time to taste the smoky Sweet juice, the fruit darkened almost to brown And…