Writings, observations and ideas either caused by or meant to induce a minor disruption.
Sunday, May 20, 2012
As mid-spring becomes late spring, after the earliest
blossoms have wilted into leaves and summer is as undeniable as it is irrevocable,
spores fill the Jersey Air, swirling like a flurry of snow, amplifying the
pollen count making anyone with nostrils and tear ducts a hay fever sufferer. Lasts
a few days; most of the seeds fail to take root, never to become even seedlings. Jersey
Spores go wherever the wind takes them, collecting in places obstructing the
breeze flow, looks like snow that will not melt, puffs and strings of gauze.