Tag Archives: past

“March On!”

Today was the “Second Annual” Women’s March. I’ve seen photos of HUUUGGE crowds all across the country. Some news outlets are describing these as protests of President Trump and the current administration and their policies. I am quite aware that … Continue reading

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We shaved together this morning—my grandfather, my father, and I—smiling at one another in the mirror of memory. I dragged the razor through the foam, up under my chin; then looked down to rinse away three days’ stubble. “You missed … Continue reading

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“New Moon”

The past lies in Earth’s shadow; each day waned to memories of light and brightness, promises and dreams fulfilled or waiting still.  Sinister moments may hide there in the left hand of darkness.  The soul-eater has, perhaps, devoured all that … Continue reading

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