Monthly Archives: May 2016

Excuse me … but

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the nightmare

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called from nightmares

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response

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Another Beginning

You asked me, once upon a time, if I’d ever written you a poem.  And I smiled – I lied a lot in those days – I’ve never written you a poem, I said. And I crumpled the already tattered … Continue reading

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… the day after the day after Mother’s Day …

or so I asked Celeste what she thought … and she thought to ask “Who is it?” “It’s you,” I answered.  “Look at her nose; it’s always you … ” And she answered, “It doesn’t look like me.” “I drew it; … Continue reading

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