Author Archives: Jared Way

Caveat: Poem #903

America’s edge beetles downward, descending continental slopes, surveying seething waters, and removing her clothes, while whales bite her toes; she tumbles and bounds into cold, bold sea. Sea leaps up, seething forth, frothing, angry, grasping at legs, arms, ready to … Continue reading

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Caveat: Tree #17

A distant, daily tree.

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Caveat: Poem #902

a boat plows water into hills on either side but time erodes them

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Caveat: Tree #16

Arthur and I drove north from Forest Grove, Oregon, to Bellingham, Washington. I saw this tree, with truck, at a rest area off I-5 near Centralia, WA. We arrived in Bellingham and checked in to our ferry with Alaska Marine … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #901

okay oregon i guess i’m headed home now off to alaska

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Caveat: Tree #15

Here is tree number fifteen – from yesterday. Today I was too busy. Here are some horses in the next door field, saying hi at the gate. I went to the mechanic (for the Blueberry). I went to meet my … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #900

clouds hover, grasping trees resolving doubts introducing truths pandering to aesthetes by concocting fractal curves odd turns of visual phrasing that open the mind to redemption

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Caveat: Tree #14

The fourteenth tree. Or maybe there is more than one tree in this photo? Arthur and I are starting to get ready for our departure back up to Alaska. [daily log: walking, 5km]

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Caveat: Poem #899

it stands like a frame within are random branches a gate into green

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Caveat: Tree #13

Here is a tree. It is under a waxing gibbous moon (upper right). [daily log: walking, 1km]

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Caveat: Poem #898

moon above a tree tilted to drop its insights on the deer below

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Caveat: Tree #12

I drove back to Juli and Keith’s. I stopped at rest area and took this picture of a tree (with other trees) in fog. [daily log: walking, 4km]

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Caveat: … when I’m seven

Over the weekend. I visited my stepson Jeff and his family in the south suburbs of Seattle. His wife Yvonne took this picture of the three of us (referring to the 3 generations). We were playing a game. Parker is … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #897

The key to friendship, harmonious family: Patience with silence.

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Caveat: Tree #11

Here is a tree from my inventory. [daily log: walking, 1km]

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Caveat: Poem #896

driving across land volcano-punctuated and littered with tree

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Caveat: Tree #10

Here is a tree I saw walking the other day. [daily log: walking, 3km]

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Caveat: Poem #895

people are where they are it’s hard to pull them somewhere meet them where they are

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Caveat: Tree #9

This is pretty good picture of an archetypal Oregon tree. This is the Tualatin River. It has more water than it did during the summer. During a walk up to the tree farm, Juli took this picture of me with … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #894

there’s no light outside the sun is lost in the east but we’re headed there

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