sna poems #140: oshkosh-larsen trail prairies

another former railroad right-of-way that has been turned into a trail with prairie remnants running along either side. this was a quickish stop on my way back from oshkosh to milwaukee (a bit out of the way but not so much i didn’t take the opportunity). after two+ days of silence, it was a treat to walk with the birds singing and the wind moving thru the new leaf buds.

again, not a terrible lot to report since it’s still early spring, but as ever i refuse to make this series about a particular nature-aesthetic and will continue making it about what i find when i go places, wherever whenever.


april weather’s back

green and grey

pileated calls


this morning’s raindrops


in new leaf-furling


miniature mirror

of wetland

tussocks back to life

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