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August 5, 2004

moonlight and sand

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 11:38 am



 

“welchSummerMoonlight38”

Click here to see the full-color photo and poem.

 

 

 

summer moonlight

      the potter’s wheel

           slows

 

 

 

 

beach parking lot —

where the car door opened

a small pile of sand

 







                                 “welchSeal32”
Click here to see the full-color photo and poem.


From Open Window – an online collection of paired haiku and photographs by Michael Dylan Welch. 







 





mailing the letter

to the editor

making points, enemies

                                   [Aug. 5, 2004]



 

one-breath pundit  








    • Sadly, bar advocates (assigned counsel) in Massachusetts are continuing their unlawful and unethical collective boycott.  Click here to see ethicalEsq’s letter to the editor.




      • District Court Chief Justice Lynda Connolly told the Boston Herald, “It is disturbing to me that the attorneys would put their personal interests in terms of compensation ahead of the interests of their clients.”



    • There’s heartening news from Prof. Bainbridge, quoting Andy Bowers at Slate — at 6000+ pounds, many SUVs are illegal on many residential streets.  [no emoticon needed nor intended]










 

moonlight and sand

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 11:38 am



 

“welchSummerMoonlight38”

Click here to see the full-color photo and poem.

 

 

 

summer moonlight

      the potter’s wheel

           slows

 

 

 

 

beach parking lot —

where the car door opened

a small pile of sand

 







                                 “welchSeal32”
Click here to see the full-color photo and poem.


From Open Window – an online collection of paired haiku and photographs by Michael Dylan Welch. 







 





mailing the letter

to the editor

making points, enemies

                                   [Aug. 5, 2004]



 

one-breath pundit  








    • Sadly, bar advocates (assigned counsel) in Massachusetts are continuing their unlawful and unethical collective boycott.  Click here to see ethicalEsq’s letter to the editor.




      • District Court Chief Justice Lynda Connolly told the Boston Herald, “It is disturbing to me that the attorneys would put their personal interests in terms of compensation ahead of the interests of their clients.”



    • There’s heartening news from Prof. Bainbridge, quoting Andy Bowers at Slate — at 6000+ pounds, many SUVs are illegal on many residential streets.  [no emoticon needed nor intended]










 

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