The Maine
An artful dialogue about the wonders of the state.

Baby Birds Are Bustin’ Out All Over

text and haiku by Kristen Lindquist As I stand here at my desk, three young crows are whining in the driveway, begging one of their parents for food. They’re full size and look almost exactly like the adult bird, except their gapes–the insides of their bills–are bright red, and the gape flanges along the edges […]

We All Have Our Reasons: #562

Linda Zeigler recently reminded us of the sweetness of berry season by passing along the two poems below. Pick your own strawberries at one of our favorites, the Sheepscot General Store, “more general than store.”  Thimbleberry One taste and the rest is what came after. Little berry, you’re the flavor of my best, most necessary kiss. […]

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