Monthly Archives: December 2014

Begin Anew

What karmic death comes by arrow in the night? Sent by sands through Saturn’s rings. Ancient in song, glorious in haze, fires lit by the strike. What burns to embers from bones and steel? From hair of children? The greed … Continue reading

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How many ends can a rope have?

There is a certain bliss in what you don’t know, things you can’t seem to remember. To be unaware of the inner workings of an analog watch or the vast complexity of the universe in her twists and turns. To … Continue reading

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I See Your Guts

When someone you think you know well feels poorly, you come to these little shady spots, now and then. Little tucked away places, where you learn…. The preferred socks. The favorite candy. The truth about every little thing. Why he … Continue reading

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The Patient #hiscancer, round 1b.

The patient concerns himself with the world outside. The bills that need to be paid, how much gas is in the car. Where are the children? Do they have what they need? Is it raining? What’s in the mail? What … Continue reading

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