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Evening Post, August 14. 2014

A memoir: a prose poem It is always August.  There was something in those thirty days under the Dog Star that seemed permanent and everlasting.   The weeks in June and July had been long enough to dim the memory of … Continue reading

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How The Butterfly Disappeared

In mid summer In early morning The sun just up, the shadows long across lawns Still wet with last night’s rain The first breath of the day still cool and sweet I saw in the sunlight, against a blue sky … Continue reading

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