Monthly Archives: October 2015

All of the Leaves Have Gone Green

I lost a friend last week. It was nothing so mundane as a social media unfriending. It was not some petty spat of the sort to which we’re wont by virtue of being Human and having egos. It wasn’t a … Continue reading

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Prim’s Proper

I said, “The Hope of youth, fictitious truth, lays covered in a shroud.” –Larry Norman’s Nightmare #71 Any attempt describing the Kansas City Poetry Scene will of necessity be incomplete. Doubtless hundreds of thousands of Kansas Citians trudge through their … Continue reading

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Chasing Zephyr

Some parents use television sets as a babysitter. My mother used books. Some stolen seconds between changing the baby’s diaper and washing the laundry and scrubbing the toilet and fixing the dinner and sweeping the floors, folding clothes, and mopping, … Continue reading

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