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Looking Out at Lake Michigan at Cave Point

a photograph by Will Bingen, our grandson

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How Could I Know?

by Ethel Mortenson Davis

It looks to me as though
you’ve been around, perhaps,
since time began—
and I have lived at least
as long.

Oh? Only that much time?

I’m sure there was no life
before for you or me.
How could I know your face
so well?

As well as some old rock
I’ve seen hang, clinging
to a mountain wall,

and I know what wave of brightness,
or of darkness, to expect there
waiting for me.

You step and make some rounded move.
I know beforehand which way to go.
How could I know? Unless. . .

You’ve been around, perhaps,
since time began.
I know I’ve lived at least as long.

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San Juan Mountains

a photograph by Ethel Mortenson Davis

San Juan Mountains

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Spirit of the Horse

a photograph by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our son

Taken October 29, 2006

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