On campus in June

I am trying to front load my work into June this summer so that July can turn into more of a normal summer where I prep for courses and do non-work things too. That may mean that this blog will be mainly Project 365 photos and not much else for a while so that I can focus my writing energy elsewhere. Or…it may turn into more posts as I work out what I want to say in blog space. We’ll see.

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An on-campus walk from Meyer Library back to Siceluff Hall, in the diagonal path by Plaster Student Union. Normally the orange day lilies would be the clear focus of color in a June landscape, but this june’s rains means an intense, reflective green overwhelms them. It’s lie living in a heavily colorized movie.

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Author of the poetry collection The Tethered Ground and Professor of English at Missouri State University. Contact me for readings or for workshops on writing/publishing and on teaching writing online.

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