Tag Archives: nature

Cinclus mexicanus (poem)

Cinclus mexicanus © Kim Goldberg 2014  Sometimes, when it is all too much, too great a tonnage to transport, too many tasks undone, conversations unfinished, relationships abandoned, expectations pressing on my twig-sprung chest like a pile of bricks, when every thought … Continue reading

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Day after the vote (haiku)

Day after the vote: at the dock the kingfisher has changed his perch (poem © kim goldberg)  

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Note to Self: Simplify!

“Our life is frittered away by detail. Simplify, simplify, simplify! I say, let your affairs be as two or three, and not a hundred or a thousand; instead of a million count half a dozen, and keep your accounts on … Continue reading

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Shield

SHIELD Kim Goldberg On this solstice morning through slits of light in the privacy screen I planted to shield myself from my neighbour (who is in no way offensive but merely there) I glimpse pieces of a doe gliding past— … Continue reading

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Tidepool Crusades

Tidepool crusades of tiny crabs  attacking invading toes   Text & photo © Kim Goldberg, 2013

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My Garden in the Rain Right Now

Images © Kim Goldberg, 2013

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Nanaimo Christmas Bird Count 2012

I spent yesterday as I do every year at this time – roaming the wilds of Cedar and Yellowpoint from sun-up til sun-down,  identifying and counting every bird I can see for Nanaimo’s Annual Christmas Bird Count. And what a … Continue reading

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