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Mumblings

A swath of generation several yards of social linen pulled not too tightly across the long table nobody sits around looks very nice unstained by negotiations. Electronically the professor scratches out first thoughts straightens out seconds makes fourths of thirds … Continue reading

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Free Spending

Along the sides and in the middle of the broad street of incapacity walk in myopic light drizzle ten thousand one-footed citizens of the nation of tension. Some of them want to ride buses but none arrive and none will. … Continue reading

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Sure Don’t Be So

  What the teacher does not know is muddled into an open discussion subtely swayed is her way under guise of democratic logic. The pastor of a trusting congregation selects a favorite didactic passage and frames it in pop assumptions … Continue reading

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Until All the Cities and Boats Disappear

In the city let the city decay, fall away and be rich in bird noise and poor as the first humans who ever lived here. On a boat on a lake just float with no speed. Throw the engine and … Continue reading

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Neighborhood

A variety of personalities talk across several tables. This is a neighborhood – voices in all frequencies, tones and attitudes. Some fuss over coffee, some savor their tea, acknowledging differences, indulging in similarities, waving their hands. A cornucopia of cultures … Continue reading

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Age to Age Leaving

  Undiscovered yet built into our empty bellies healing arts unprepared for intervention stared down sounds of brood based on imbalance spin forever iliegitimate offspring controversial truisms the philanderer shakes dirt off shirt it turns dark paramilitary nosebleeds ceremonial amputees … Continue reading

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Voices In the Blue

  The bullfrog in his hometown was singing his hometown song it was low and bold it rang out strong it cooled the heat and warmed the cold. Soon the bullfrog heard another voice he had not heard before it … Continue reading

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