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When Nature Claims Her Own

Gaea, the goddess of all the earth, is trying to kill me. I don’t know what I did. I’m on her side, for crying out loud. I’ve always known the Trees are going to win. I’m on their side. But … Continue reading

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Slice of My Pie

It is probably not too far off the mark to estimate over half the drivers now navigating the nation’s ribbons of concrete were born since the Federal Interstate system supplanted State and US highways. When the Roman Empire built a … Continue reading

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Brother, Can You Take Me Back?

A Wanderer and a Vagabond am I. I am seed, scattered by the Sower on rocky soil—without root—who will wither and die. I spent my early childhood leaving playmates on Army post after Army post according to my father’s duty … Continue reading

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