Sunday, September 26, 2010

Photo of the Week 9/26/10

Blackerries, Indian Valley, Idaho
Thursday, September 23rd

Please check out today's post at The Days of Wine & Roses; it's the fifth poem in the "Heaven" sequence.

Tomorrow on Alcools?  My translation of Apollinaire's "La porte" ("The Door.")

& tomorrow on Robert Frost's Banjo?  No morning post.  A scheduling change, in fact: Please note that B.N.'s story Still Life with Girl will be serialized right here on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. 


  1. Mmmmmm! More food porn. Your Blackberries ripen late! Ours were gone by early August.

  2. Hi Roy: Eveything's late here this year. Unlike the east, the west has had a very mild summer, & one that started late.

  3. Delicious photo. Also reminds me of the Galway Kinnell poem, "Blackberry Eating":

    I love to go out in late September
    among the fat, overripe, icy, black blackberries

    May you squeeze, squinch open, and splurge well!

  4. Hi HKatz: I love blackberries--yes, squeeze, squinch & splurge indeed!


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