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Various Kinds of Wolves

by on Jan 28, 2016 in Poetry | 0 comments

here: have a red cap or a red shirt in this story you are the prettiest creature or expendable or both have some accessories: a fresh-baked cake a fresh act of heroism a fresh-faced naiveté have a pot of butter and the good regard of your fellows have some good intentions and trust in...

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Grotesque

by on Dec 3, 2015 in Poetry | 0 comments

As the days waned she began to nidify feathering every exposed surface in the house with harshly beautiful dune grass and revarnishing layer by languid layer the broken cradle in the attic where the fumes would leave promptly and it was easy to hear the gulls in time she bore a...

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Tempus

by on Mar 4, 2014 in Poetry | 1 comment

He made time from spinning seconds collected from door jambs where passersby would pause, lost in transition shedding tufts of unheard ticking and occasional moments of pure grace he stood askew from busyness and breathed it loose gently drawing out forgotten strands to ply back into the...

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