Author Archives: Carol Foreman Brockfield

About Carol Foreman Brockfield

Poet in Medford, Oregon

March 3, 2015

I haven’t posted here for a long while. But I like what I see! Lots of updates needed. . . . Advertisements

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Tuesday, January 3

It’s 2012! Christmas and New Year’s are come and gone. Had a lovely holiday filled to the brim with chocolate.  Daughter Anne came, we went to a fabulous Christmas Day dinner party and enjoyed our annual New Year’s Eve party … Continue reading

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I Had to Tell Her When the words hit she gave only the slightest sign of comprehension before her body fell. Its full weight upon me in that last embrace her oh-so-exacting fingers the fineness of her wrists her child-like … Continue reading

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Tuesday, December 13

December. Freezing fog. Temperatures in the lowest 20’s. And no precipitation. On grey days it seems best to crawl back into bed and stay there. When the sun breaks through, then one can tackle the mounting list of things to … Continue reading

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Thursday, November 3

Well, the leaves are as high as an elephant’s eye. Not really. But they rake into a pretty big pile, and a few hours after the yard service left the ground was already well sprinkled with them. They’re still dropping … Continue reading

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Tuesday, November 1

Wow! November came while I wasn’t looking! Still waiting for that day when leaves drop together from every tree in a gold and red curtain. I love that falling day. It’s like “Last chance to hit the ground, guys! Bet … Continue reading

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Saturday, October 1

It’s October, and starting out the month/season coolish and cloudy. Deserted by the work crew, we’re putting down rugs in the downstairs (missing one! Where on Earth. ..?), putting books in bookcases and otherwise unpacking boxes upon boxes. It’s really … Continue reading

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