Tag Archives: becoming

Species

How many kinds of love do we make? As many and as varied as trees or snowflakes. Dirt in the valleys snow in the higher elevations swamps in the cities fires on borders between nations. Which miracles open our eyes … Continue reading

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This Corner

There’s gambling going on but you don’t see it passing by. Boys trying to pull off being both beautiful and bare-fisted – the same figures up, down, and around glassy crisis. An uncle’s anger fell upon this corner like copper … Continue reading

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Becoming What Has Come and Gone

A handful of drummers, a tribe of howling wolves. The howling wolves join the tribe around the fire. Into the fire I toss one memory at a time. One at a time the drummers drum out memory. Half a million … Continue reading

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Good Girl Undone

No matter where you went to electonic college it is stuck to a glass of cool pheremones good luck girl. Schism undone overshot transcended with any luck woven or even melded girl no longer alone. No matter how you made … Continue reading

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Becoming Free Bound Up

Theories about our doings base motivation on factual and knowable scaffolding around a phenomenal castle as high as the sky. I saw my wife at the head of a phalanx of about ten followers fanning out behind her running with … Continue reading

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Which Child Will Live It Out?

Sung over and under the chorus wonders, Who hears my trope? Which child will live it out? My oldest is a cluster of cousined pillars assembling a single voiced community from red intertwined roots. I had a boy on my … Continue reading

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On Pages of Darkness

  When devilish snow falls for days deep as white and light blue mattresses you know something is hidden under layers of its sleep. The first day of spring develops all winter long the peaches and pears whistle before singing … Continue reading

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