by Kate Rauner
I lost control of my scheduel again this week. We’ve been laying a new bamboo floor, and had to deal with a kitty-cat lumpectomy, too. Yes, that’s Harvey, my cover model for Glory on Mars.
owie bad enuf
y we have to go to vet?
humans are so strange
by Kate Rauner as inspired by Harvey, who suffered for this poem
UPDATE: For 2017 I’ve put out a new book cover for Glory on Mars. It’s more science-fiction-y (I hope) and less quirky. So Harvey can retire from his modeling career – but to tell you the truth, he doesn’t seem to care much.
Here in the forests of New Mexico’s mountains, we all come across interesting bones. Everyone has a few on their porch.
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All kittens can fly
Gravity waits patiently
Till they’re old and fat
Ancient eyes have watched
Hands long gone build up stone walls
Where children once laughed.
By Kate Rauner
I’ve been traveling National Park sites in the American Southwest – which inspires haiku. It’s the national park system’s 100th anniversary, but anytime is a good time to visit.