Blog : Beautiful-Things

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Dust

Dust By Michelle Webster-Hein   |  February 4, 2014
I was struck today by a couple of things--the perfume of hyacinths, a woman with white hair that hung down to the backs of her knees--but I have finally settled on dust.

Hymn

Hymn By Michelle Webster-Hein   |  February 3, 2014
This morning at church I plunked out the four parts of an old hymn while above my chords the congregation’s voices took flight. And I thought of geese...

Morning

Morning By Michelle Webster-Hein   |  February 2, 2014
When my infant daughter wakes at two in the morning and her father cannot coax her back to sleep, she and I curl up on the mattress in the guest room below the big window...

Beet

Beet By Michelle Webster-Hein   |  February 1, 2014
I sliced a beet in half and discovered that it has rings. Rings like you would find on a tree stump to mark its age--one ring, one year. But beets are young, have only known one spring, one summer, one early fall, perhaps also one winter passed inside in a dark, dry box. So what could each ring represent?

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