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Belief

Believe me when I say I am more than this flesh more than this voice more mutable more movable than any other feast you have known any other dish you have sampled, have consumed. Believe me when I say I … Continue reading

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This is Just to Say

I condemn and disavow the violence in Charlottesville where a woman was murdered in the street and Nazis are unapologetic. Forgive me I am so nauseated to learn what we are. I hear the words of those who spread hate, … Continue reading

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Liminal Spaces

My lover dwells in the liminal spaces — the stretch of the shore where the tide touches sand; in doorways she dances, on path’s edge, she paces — and twilight’s the moment she’s ever at hand. She straddles horizons and … Continue reading

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Don’t Talk

I don’t talk about it; I like to talk about it, I’d like to talk about it, but I don’t talk about it. I don’t talk about it because of the look on everyone’s face. The look that means disappointment. … Continue reading

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April First

Fools day comes and goes every year, a cycle rounding, one spoke speaking twirling turning round and around and the wheels go, and the world goes, and we go, and we mark the season, the year, the year’s end and … Continue reading

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