Category: Today

  • Far away city

    Far away city

    Far away city with dreams that went to sleep

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  • Out the car window on…

    Out the car window on the way home

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  • It’s Complicated

    It’s complicated

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  • My House

    Flash 2 My House       I live alone people think but in fact my house has so many inhabitants I have to be careful when moving through it. There are many men lurking about in my closets and bedroom all of whom seem angry and hungry. The kitchen contains some young ones with […]

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  • Virus

    Virus

    Child’s Game “Hold your breath!” passing a graveyard we said In the back seat of a 57 Ford gravely acknowledging the dead. Now, out walking, I hold my hand over my mouth careful to not breathe in air of living people passing.

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  • vimeo.com/661529709 Happy New Year!!! I’m getting dressed for a tiny party!

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  • 5 Things

    Listen to CNN 5 ThingsView in browser Monday 08.09.21 The Tokyo Olympics just ended, but can you believe the Beijing 2022 Winter Games are less than six months away? Here’s what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On With Your Day.  By AJ Willingham A medical worker rests last week at a Covid-19 ICU […]

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  • Last Night I Saw My…

    Last Night I Saw My...

    Last night no one knew if it was the sun setting or the moon rising but it was orange: hung there by a wire moving around our sky, currents of warm air lifting and lowering its round shape enough to light the narrow, soft roads crisscrossing the sandy summer peninsula. One young woman pushing her […]

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  • A great review for The…

    A great review for The...

    www.columbiatribune.com/entertainment/20201002/poet-sifts-strange-difficult-memories-in-search-for-clarity

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  • In the Desert You Can’t…

    In the Desert You Can’t...

      In the December desert near the crepuscular  hour many people experience subtle, ocular change. Sometimes these changes are permanent. Saguaros (Te  quiero) can begin to move and appear to challenge with their arms the delicate prickly pear while the Feather cactus plays, “catch a falling Star“. It is, however, the Christmas cactus that interests me:  blooming blood red pink like a baby‘s lips exactly at the time they say we had a virgin birth. […]

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