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Balconies Belay is in Red Wolf Journal

Balconies on a beautiful morning

Poetry has always been a vast puzzle for me. Discovering how words and images best fit together sometimes takes me years — or decades — of attempts. Balconies Belay is one such poem. I began it thirty years ago, but it only coalesced in recent weeks. Irene Toh has included it in Red Wolf Journal and plans to include it in her Fall 2022 edition A Change of World. I’m both pleased and honored! https://redwolfjournal.wordpress.com

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Tenaya Moods in Red Wolf Journal

I thank editor Irene Toh for including “Tenaya Moods Shared” in Red Wolf Journal. Yosemite’s beauties – especially Tenaya Lake – are sources of spiritual regeneration for all who visit them. Covid has severed us from those beauties for more than a year and our spirits suffer. Words are cabnot substitute, but I hope mine will help a little.

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Covid Fog Strikes Again!

Another bank of covid fog just cleared away! I discovered that Red Wolf Journal published a couple of my poems – Hummingbird and Boxing at Mar a Lago – back in October of last year. I missed the memo – no excuses! It’s a fine journal and I thank the editors most humbly!  

https://redwolfjournal.wordpress.com/2020/10/26/hummingbird-by-robert-walton/

https://redwolfjournal.wordpress.com/2020/10/29/boxing-at-mar-a-lago-by-robert-walton/

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Time is a River without Banks

Editor Irene Toh graciously chose to put my poem First Snow in “Time is a River without Banks”, Red Wolf Journal’s spring 2019 anthology. It’s a beautiful collection and I’m most pleased to have my small poem included.

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