Monthly Archives: February 2013

full moon cheese

Would the moon were made of cheese the fat warming vat, not pure as snow mimicking lunar glow contains endless opportunities when the whey breaks from the curd looking sickly like pickley brine make parallel lines velvety clumps freed all … Continue reading

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Road Kill

I arrived on Sunday, at my new farm of employment. Monday was milking in the morning, putting away the previous batch of cheese, fetching a cow who had calved a day ago to bring her in with the other mothers … Continue reading

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Cooking the Cow I Learned to Milk on

Becky was a sweet cow, never difficult or mean. She let everyone pet her and anyone patient milk her. Her teats were made for beginners, fat and long and even. She was top of the heifer pecking order and a … Continue reading

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TV Poem

Righty tighty lefty loosey she’s in her fifties they’re in their forties twenty thirteen let’s go embedded in the floor panels the robot can go underneath the grid so it saves you a lot of money? yes. what is it … Continue reading

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Snow day today!

The sky is thick and grey the flakes are swirling down little brown birds are pecking at the ground the blue jay, lone blue jay sits in the maple until the cardinal darts red arrow to the heart of the … Continue reading

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My cat is my grandma

I was sick today and picked the green chair in the window spot to sit and read and drink tea. The chair that belonged to Grandma Bizarre’s father. The comfortable one, with old green upholstery. I’d started earlier The Invisible … Continue reading

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