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A Train to Cry

Like a suture scar across the earth’s skin a jagged cut starts northwest of my neighborhood and tears across the landscape. It passes north of me, then slightly to the east it cuts south, running about a mile before cutting … Continue reading

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Do Not Stop On Tracks

I hiked about a mile and a half today in air so muggy I was tempted to lay back and back-stroke through it. It was a nice enough walk, mostly on Walnut Street as far as 7 Highway. Oddly, the … Continue reading

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Sandala

This piece is from ’04.  The Sand painting discussed here was not the one damaged and repaired when a couple parents let their child slip past the roped-off section and dance across the surface of the sand.  It was the … Continue reading

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