Tag Archives: Winter

Reflections in Padua – Haibun – February 3, 2016

I walked in the rain in Padua remembering other rainfalls and other cities.  Weaving through the people coming and going from the station, I soon found myself at the bus stop.  A sea of umbrellas over a mass of people stood waiting for … Continue reading

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Snow Dreams – Short Fiction – January 18, 2016

There’s something mystical in the first snow fall of the year. A special quality of silence, Janice thought,  one could almost hear the snowflakes fall. She’d arrived early and was waiting for the night shift to get off.  Listening to classical music, she began to day-dream. She … Continue reading

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A Voyage – Flash Fiction – January 18, 2016

  Riding down a country road, the snow lays even and crisp, the trees laced in fairy ice and a soft piece of music plays on the radio. There’s no pressing schedule, just being together is enough, we’ve nothing to … Continue reading

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Haibun Monday – Winter Trek – January 13, 2016

The old Roman road is well kept, as usually is the case throughout Italy, but steeper than my unfit legs can comfortably walk.  Other steep hillside Roman roads come to mind … walks in spring and summer even a few trails … Continue reading

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