Last night the moon peeked around the corner of the house.
She asked, why do we still insist on anthropomorphizing her.
After all the years and all the songs, she’s a little tired of it.
All on the signals you sent,
the flutter of a dress and the stirring of leaves,
a page of lighter air imagined,
Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine “Legend, Lore, Legacy” column. The lesser prairie chicken, as the name suggests, is the slightly smaller cousin of the greater prairie chicken and the rare Attwater’s variety. The bird resembles something between a pint-sized barnyard
Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine lead feature story. Being in the water is the thing. Not near it, or beside it, or floating upon it, but standing knee-deep in the pulsing thing itself, feeling its tug on body and soul alike.
Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine feature story. At the lapping edge where elements meet, where the Texas land slips under the Texas sea, where the rivers’ sweet water mingles with the Gulf’s salty, an ancient marriage is consummated daily in a tireless honeymoon of natural
With enough wine and pleading Fender licks,
even the coy and self-conscious finally join in,
myself being one, convinced that all around us
It sounds like something I imagine
my great grandfather would’ve said,
having kept his spirit, I also imagine,
Set forth in faith seeking the blue thunderstorm
on the High Plains where August will be drowned
and unceremoniously swept away in ditchwater.
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Attempting to free himself from old binds and reinvent his life on his own terms in the open spaces of Montana, Bergen discovers love only to have it destroyed by an old enemy. In the end there seems to be only one option left.