Hard Frost. Slow Dance. (For Author Magazine)

I am pleased to be regularly contributing to Author Magazine online. Here’s a piece about wintertime and the muse….

This is the time of year when the muse is hungry. Starved by a summer in Montana where the physical world bullies you to come out into it and join the dance that leads with mountains, and twirls with rivers, and rests in lakes—a spent tango. And we find ourselves in fall. The physical dance over. Time to go home in the dark. There is a lot of darkness now.

This morning was the first hard frost. I could see it on the roof by moonshadow, silver and glinting off shingles. It was confirmed by the first light over the ridge… to read more click here

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3 Responses to Hard Frost. Slow Dance. (For Author Magazine)

  1. Oh Laura I love the way you write. So poignant, so breathtakingly beautiful and such intricate attention to detail. It gives me great pleasure to know that when you are having your ‘Mother cup of tea’ I will be having mine.

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