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Evening Poem, February 15, 2015

The storm has gone and all the day’s light Every window and door is shuttered up tight But around every edge seeps the cold of the night I look out into darkness, the lights on the porches seem hardened and … Continue reading

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Noonday Poem, February 12, 2015

Do you mark the time? Or is that very question a joke to you: an affront, an impossibility, an unthinkable thing? Has time overwhelmed you? Constantly rushing on accelerating opening every closed door invading every private space every moment of … Continue reading

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End of The Day

Where does the day go? I started with such plans such resolution and, yes, even the dreaded cliche: “goals.” But what happens? As Summer Finn so aptly put it: “life.” What if someday I’ll see it all in reverse: “Here … Continue reading

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