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Untitled The rain, we all agreed, was torrential, Biblical, apocalyptic. And she with no god damn shoes. Homeless–tarped in a thin coat that glistened on the inside, sopped from head to foot–doesn’t do it justice. Her swamped life stowed in … Continue reading

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Entropy

Entropy a shapeless black sack skiffs about above the Sound starling-dark thrummed smudges shift sudden to pale grey dashes that blink black and fade again flip flip wingtip semaphores snapped to and fro in the wind heart-murmurs marking the sway of the sea breathing in and out and out … Continue reading

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