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Leaving Riddles

  Wind around corners ache in the elbows on this day the laborer prepares to leave a stark monument to effort gone after tomorrow fabric stretched padded as needed retired but the upholsterer still puts hands all over the materials … Continue reading

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Take My Pulse

  Take a look at my national principle wherever one man one woman lie in the blessed bosom of Django on the pillow of harmony humbling the single note the single wayfarer on the way down the river or the … Continue reading

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How Does It Happen

[A] Instantly older in your possession more like myself than without you. Then again younger how does that happen that you make me feel crazy real? [B] Standing sitting flat on the floor contradictions come into focus without keeping score. … Continue reading

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Like Or Not

(for my father) I say ‘he’ when talking about both him and me. The one born to bear and the one known to know and a third similar to the sum of ‘we’. Can he describe the conflict he had … Continue reading

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Flight

  Stairs in my fathers’ days went down to cellars not basements and up to attics not lofts. Stairs in this old house were fashioned for children’s feet steep with small treads. If stairs could talk would they say any … Continue reading

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One Way Out

informed we double down triad of gender man woman marriage withdrawal sensitivity handed five fingers each reined in nervously visionary four cardinal two ordinal directions define curiosity stuck with a center a season is long enough to change our grip … Continue reading

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Vision is Peripheral

  [A] Being healthy keeps me from writing too much writing keeps me from living vision is peripheral. All the things I bought to get ready to be going have faded or been lost vision is peripheral. [B] Early years … Continue reading

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