Monthly Archives: January 2016

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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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Meta

Meta how odd, the mind (mine) minding itself meta-meaning-making metastasizing blooms of memories made up of myelinated dendrites creeping white reefs enervating gray matter inside this bone bowl (mine) each time I marvel at what it is to be me

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Kindness

Kindness Mid-stride, mid-thought distracted by what is inhabiting her just then–a caught eye, a pause and turn, un-thought a flung hand -ful of words that might be stones but, like magic, erupt a kaleidoscope of butterflies a gentle battery of … Continue reading

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Epiphany

Epiphany Epiphany begins in the ER. The wise men and women, wearing blue scrubs and blanked faces, bring offerings of diagnostic tests, backless gowns and endless waiting. We make our bed in a manger harsh-lit and bleating mechanical sheep, sounding … Continue reading

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