Tag Archives: Thomas McGrath

Word Cloud: SUNCROSSING

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD I am by choice most thoroughly a creature of the West Coast convergence of sea and desert, which gives new meaning to “dry land.” Autumn, when the sun recrosses the equator heading south, might tempt me … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: DARKLING (revisited)

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD The long days of summer are a pleasant memory. Now the warm days grow fewer, and the Autumn nights are longer, with winter-chill in the wee hours. It’s the darkling time of year, when we want … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: DARKLING

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD The long days of summer are a pleasant memory. Now the warm days grow fewer, and the Autumn nights are longer, with winter-chill in the wee hours. It’s the darkling time of year, when we want … Continue reading

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