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The Day After Sycamore

recently greening and freshly verdant . . .

Winter sycamores down by nearby Arroyo Seco river . . . photo by Margie Willis

I arrived the day after sycamore.

Almost forgot how these creamy white sentinels of stark bark bounce back against a slanted wintry tirade. So strong! So strident! A scrawny sunbeam diatribe is swallowed by a high Pacific ridge…




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