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January 6, 2005

warming my neck (after sticking it out)

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 11:59 am









winter hike

the baby’s breath

warms my neck

 

my tongue

explores a worn tooth

the snowy hills

 

 






dry heat

a hawk corkscrews

the sky

 

 


“winter hike” & “my tongue” from the haiku chapbook piano practice       piano stool

(Bottle Rocket Press, 2004)

“dry heat” from  from Walking the Same Path; Heron’s Nest VI:4

 

 

 


by dagosan:  



he’s stripping

the bed sheets

she shovels the walk

                                [Jan. 6, 2005]

 

 

 




 
Adirondack chair

upholstered

with snow

 

                 [Jan. 6, 2005, 

                         inspired by Ann Althouse]

 




  While others do his work, RiskProf Martin Grace is in Philadelphia interviewing
economists.  He did, however, leave behind a thought-provoking post on the

effects of taxing HMOs to subsidize med-mal preimums and another on

Credit (Insurance) Score, Race and Risk.  Who knew insurance could be so interesting?

He does.  He, too.

warming my neck (after sticking it out)

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 11:59 am









winter hike

the baby’s breath

warms my neck

 

my tongue

explores a worn tooth

the snowy hills

 

 






dry heat

a hawk corkscrews

the sky

 

 


“winter hike” & “my tongue” from the haiku chapbook piano practice       piano stool

(Bottle Rocket Press, 2004)

“dry heat” from  from Walking the Same Path; Heron’s Nest VI:4

 

 

 


by dagosan:  



he’s stripping

the bed sheets

she shovels the walk

                                [Jan. 6, 2005]

 

 

 




 
Adirondack chair

upholstered

with snow

 

                 [Jan. 6, 2005, 

                         inspired by Ann Althouse]

 




  While others do his work, RiskProf Martin Grace is in Philadelphia interviewing
economists.  He did, however, leave behind a thought-provoking post on the

effects of taxing HMOs to subsidize med-mal preimums and another on

Credit (Insurance) Score, Race and Risk.  Who knew insurance could be so interesting?

He does.  He, too.

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