Posts Tagged “St Lucia”

‘Hibiscus Lane’

It is still freakin’ cold out there, so I’m posting another Caribbean composition from the vault.—PM . Hibiscus Lane 1. One nimble gecko scaling a mosquito net remains the only lizard we’ve seen in a week on the island whose old name, Hewanorra, means “where the iguana is found.” Purple…

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Jungle Weather

The tropical air and jungle rain this morning reminded me of mornings on the island of  St. Lucia in the Caribbean, when the sky would open and drench the warm  air and lush countryside. These prose poems were first published in “The Offering,” a literary magazine at UMass Lowell.—PM . Hibiscus…

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