the fally-aparty front porch

lilac-y blueish as seen from
the fally-aparty front porch
and as i walk through the mini woods
between sugar shack and chicken coop
i see that they are bluebells
(wild spring flowers) blooming
and so i take some but not to many
to set in a small jar of water for my dead
and to set in a bottle of water in the whitehouse along with the tiny white daffodils emanating their light and perfumy sweet scent
_______
the warmth of the patches of sun
(shaped the same shapes as the windows the light falls through)
as i move through them,
stretching (arcing, balancing, bridging, triangling)
into the morning
_______
little rainbows tossed onto walls, desk, floor
thrown by sun through the  sphere prism
in the above-desk east-facing window
_______
how, at some point in the game,
i remember to pivot
which is a great thing
to remember
_______
the flounce-bounce of the piece of foam
that dottie and i carry on our heads
to and fro the d.r. parking lot
a walking taco dottie says
and explains the phenomenon of a walking taco to which i respond
that’s called a frito pie in santa fe
_______
aurelia and cole yumming every dish announced at potluck
except for the array of pickled things
_______
the orange slice
as seen through the bare branches (that, in not so long, will be lush with leaves)
rising in inky night
[not to insinuate that the shape of the moon is a slice, it’s a day shy of full, but the only glimpse of it that can be seen as it rises from here
is just a slice]
_______

from the water world:

With assist from its mahouts, an elephant blows water from its trunk onto tourists in a motor-tricycle, or Tuk Tuk, ahead of the Buddhist New Year, known as Songkran, in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand. -voice of America, day in photos

A Christian pilgrim is baptized by a priest in the muddy water of the Jordan River at the Kasser-Al-Yahud baptismal site near the West Bank city of Jericho. -voice of America, day in photos

A devotee takes a holy bath at the Balaju Baise Dhara (22 water spouts) during the Baishak Asnan festival in Kathmandu, Nepal. -voice of America, day in photos

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