Author Archives: Jared Way

Caveat: Poem #964

things written before await interpretation to become more true

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Caveat: Tree #78

Another tree, from the archive – this time, out the window of the attic at Arthur’s house. [daily log: flying, some more]

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Caveat: timelost

There’s always more time for procrastination! Except for today. Today doesn’t exist, because we’re flying across the Pacific east to west, so we lose a day. See you tomorrow.

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Caveat: Poem #963

for all the potholes I only want to suggest: please stay positive.

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Caveat: Tree #77

A tree, from the archive. [daily log: flying, some large distance]

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Caveat: ozward

Arthur and I are traveling to visit my mother (his sister) in Australia. I might not have much interesting to say in this here blog over the next few days. But anyway, I’ll post more when we get there. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #962

departures happen arrivals too, soon after but the road goes on

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Caveat: Tree #76

This tree seems to have had its ambitions and dreams cut short. [daily log: walking, 3.5km]

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Caveat: Poem #961

the patches of reflectivity bits of floating scintillation drift down the narrow inlet perhaps pulled by the tide pushed by the river propelled by sun drawn by wind water’s moods

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Caveat: Tree #75

Here is number seven five. Arthur and I are getting ready to travel to Queensland. We’ll run some errands in town tomorrow. Wednesday morning, dark and early, we take the ferry to Ketchikan, and then spend a Very Long Time … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #960

Time retreats, yet frozen, making curved frames for geologic, emergent, processes and shaded subtle colors – bands of sand and stripes of turquoise – until at last the next thing happens.

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Caveat: Tree #74

Here is a strange looking tree. [daily log: walking, 3km]

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Caveat: Poem #959

I read on the map: “Ice-creature seeks cool solace.” I drew red circles.

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Caveat: Tree #73

The merest reflection of a tree. But a damn nice pothole, eh? [daily log: walking, 4km]

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Caveat: on literacy

One of my hobbies has been to assist managing a website, related to my geofiction hobby. I’m not very good at it – I find managing a classroom of unruly 7th graders easier than managing what is, presumably, one of … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #958

infinite monkeys in some argentine bookshop all clacking away

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Caveat: Tree #72

Here is a tree. [daily log: walking, 3.5km]

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Caveat: There, in the calm of some Platonic dream

This poem, below, was not written by a human being, as best I understand. It was written by one of those new “learning algorithm” AIs (Artificial Intelligences), where you give the AI a large pile of “training data” (i.e. in … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #957

rain and snow and more rain: they oscillate in the atmosphere with stochastic movements, dodging the windshield wipers. and then a bit of sun climbs out, illuminating the mountainside.

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Caveat: Tree #71

Yet another tree appeared before my eyes. [daily log: walking, 1km]

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