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Snow Falling on a Winter’s Woods

a photograph by Ethel Mortenson Davis

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The Place Where I Walk

photographs by Ethel Mortenson Davis

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Cedar Trunk

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a photograph by Ethel Mortenson Davis

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A Last Burst of Fall Color

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The Road I Walk

a photograph by Ethel Mortenson Davis

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Early Spring

a photograph by Ethel Mortenson Davis

Early Spring

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Flow of the Albino Does

a Spenserian sonnet by Thomas Davis

Albino does emerge from banks of snow
Into the moonlight of the winter night.
The sheen of silver from the ghostly glow
Of luminance stained from the full moon’s light
Spreads through the shadows where the snow’s soft white
Moves with the movement of the silent deer.

The maple trees begin to stir, a slight
Breath silent through a sky pristinely clear.
A huge tree cracks. A wave of startled fear
Jerks through the deer. A wind begins
To blow through barking trees, the atmosphere
Alive with movement as the moonlight spins
Light dancing through an empty field that flows
With running waves of ghostly silver does.

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