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The Last Hour of Light

I want to record the breeze in the afternoon… The last hour of light, sitting in the entry -way, shelling green hummus, eating them raw like peanuts, passing the black coffee around in a pink thermos, to half -fill tiny … Continue reading

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Moved to Tears

Moved to Tears In the concert of our lives, sometimes those minor changes make tears blur our eyes. Perhaps something was just too beautiful to comprehend dry-eyed. Maybe it was too painful, too hopeless, too unkind… and we hear the … Continue reading

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All That Lost Time

  All That Lost Time Press my forehead in the sand like days gone by. Let it swallow me and all my memories tonight. Do I contemplate the stars, or are they contemplating me? Standing in the chilly wind; the … Continue reading

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Between The Night and Nowhere

Between The Night and Nowhere For Natascha Tour me in a roadster convertible…I’m all and only yours today. We can watch the cane fields burning down to the ground, while we’re living the dream , and it’s your dream that … Continue reading

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Crows Look Down

Click on the title-link below to hear it recited to the music that inspired it: “Dodd’s Shakedown” by Jeff Russo and the Prague Philharmonic Fargo Season 2 Crows Look Down Driving down a familiar highway day in day out One … Continue reading

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Lawn Candy

Lawn Candy +++++++++++++++++++++  My Ridgeback stalks the front lawn. Stands on point, I sit back to empathize Squirrels are Hershey bars that temptingly zoom out of reach. We have not eaten sweets in a month Their tails dangling tauntingly, furry … Continue reading

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Hope is Found

Hope is Found inspired by the painting by Silas Merlin “The End of Hope” Born and raised on a distant shore… The world was not as kind as I had thought it would be. Still, I was the child who … Continue reading

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