Salt lake city — I think he is one mountain with many heads. He had so much fun pushing the first head through the soil that he made another. This one a rocky crest. And then another, a slope-shouldered bowl cupping a...
Salt lake city — As you get closer to the mountains, to the heights tall enough to catch and hold the cloudwash like sea foam, you can remember how the creatures in the Great Salt Lake felt, looking up through the fil...
Salt lake city — Part of me knows that the fog is a result of cold weather and inversion, of dense pollution hanging in clouds above our city. But another part of me catches sight of glittery particles floating in the...
We cancelled cable three days ago.
Sometimes there's nothing you can do.
The earth has a memory.
Rain in the desert is a thief.
'Home' is becoming a place and shape in my mind.
Waiting for mole.
Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything.
I don't want to wake up.
Our revels now are ended.
Living in community.
My heart can't hold all this wonder.
The perfect storm.
The mountains called to each other, rumbling and growling with thunder.
A letter home, the old fashioned way.
She's struggled out from under the suffocating clouds of smoke, and burns fiercely in her anger and triumph.
Ash fell from the sky today. I thought of Pompeii, but it's a wildfire beyond the Oquirrh ridge.
The sun wears a veil of smoke. She looks tired today, and sad.
Rain hangs in ribbons, never touching the ground. Dust swirls to meet the wet strands. Thunder cracks.
Some moments make your chest swell and your throat ache with faint echoes of someplace you used to know.
Sometimes it's nice to just watch the ducks being ducks and not talk and listen to the wind.
Lacey foam. A bagpipe. My love. A full bar. The trax rumble by. We pitch our voices to be heard over the clamber.
Ages ago, this valley was covered by Lake Bonneville. The lake still tosses old bones onshore. We can't forget it.
I wonder what the cloud can see, looking down on the mountain's heads.