Category Archives: hi-koo-ee

I know a wave from a dolphin now they’re very different I know a Knave from a Dauphin

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13 seasons (in one day)

XIII in one ear and out the other — the wind blows A small book of hi-koo-ee, the second Ratas Edition, brought to you with the help of my friends Louise Jennison (thanks to Louise for the beautiful birds!) and … Continue reading

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HVD!

the flash of muzzle fire, the smell of cordite—— happy Valentine’s Day! 14 February 2011

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dream

Dad woke me this morning. I looked up. Startled. He leant on the counter. Smiling. 8 March

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frangipani

Yesterday—— a frangipani in my hair Today blossom sags—— fragrance lingers Tomorrow petals curl—— scent ever stronger! 9 Feb

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true dinks!

The elderly Chinese man, as lithe and straight as a ballet dancer, skips like a Kung Fu master over the crazy paving. The bald-headed bull-necked Anglo walks with arms out and thighs apart, stopping from time to time to photograph … Continue reading

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bunny

In my neighbour’s pint-sized front yard two cute bunnies, Lop-ear and Snub-nose, chomp on the grass. The grass grows long, the bowl is dry, I dreamt the bunnies… or they died. 11 Jan

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