Far away city
Far away city with dreams that went to sleep
Lucinda Watson has worked as a teacher, a healer, a volunteer, a naturalist guide, a storyteller and a board member of a few nonprofits, sometimes all at once. Watson worked for more than 10 years at the Haas School of Business, teaching communication skills to the MBA population and recruiting business leaders to speak at Haas.
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Explore some poems, snippets, and essays of my life.
So good to look out my window
Good to get out in the world
Freshly painted on my pathway
Under the umbrella by the pool are two quilted chaise lounges, like the rollers in factories used to move small items to the next station. If you run your hand over them you will feel symmetry of each roll until you don’t. Their slope is inviting as one can see it’s the shape of a body unconscious waiting to be lifted upward by a parent or a lover. The sun warms the chaises between eleven and two thirty. They are always perfectly empty, undulating and perfectly positioned for the body that never comes. The woman swims moving her legs and arms in time with her urgent need. She watches the two chaise lounges admires them, their perfect curves, […]
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