I didn't look at what he captured until today: and some of it is pretty interesting. I may even have the makings of a long poem about Marcus Whitman, the Whitman Massacre, the Eastern Washington landscape, the new economy of wineries and wind farms, etc., all blended together. Looking at what's there, it's a little like when you get up in the morning and read the things you wrote as you were falling asleep the night before. Dreamy, incoherent, occasionally full of crap, occasionally full of light.
Here are a few of the lines:
You believed you were called to do the Lord’s work, heal the sick, teach the heathen, till the arth.
You with your mercuries and iodines, your mustard salves and unguents. Your plow and scythe.
It’s amazing what faith and a little water can do.
That furrow in the ground that was the Oregon Trail now a four lane highway.
A long haul truck with a load of apples lugs up the hill.
Carrying fruit from one desert to another.