Tag: remembrance


Fall’s tumble of leaves, – icy snow pattern weaves, bringing out spring flowers, soon drenched by summer showers. Green chile roasting, wintery mulled cider toasting, digging up fertile ground, so bounty astounds. The seasons come, and go –with measured flow, leaving a mark that… Continue Reading “Remembering–”

I never knew you

GRANDFATHER PERALTA I never knew you, Grandpa. Your life ended long before my mother met my father, yet because of Mom’s memories of life with you, you are as real as anyone I have ever known. I see you herding sheep in the high… Continue Reading “I never knew you”

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