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Cobwebs & Sunbeams

Much of my writing deals with memory, these days. Not necessarily my own. Perhaps it is the oh-so-stereotypical Mid-Life Yada Yada clinging to that sled speeding downhill toward the precipice. Perhaps it’s packing my worldlies into movers’ boxes. Perhaps it … Continue reading

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What if Isaac Newton Sat Under a Fig Tree?

-or- Keeping Botany at Bay There’s a crab-apple tree Beside a parking lot In the Old Mill Park That has gaping holes Where branches used to be And aren’t, for whatever reason. The largest hole is the lowest one Maybe … Continue reading

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Persephone’s Homecoming

      The Vernal Equinox occurred at a few minutes before noon, my time, yesterday.       Astronomically, the equinox is that point in earth’s orbit around the Sun when the equatorial plane passes the center of the Sun. At that point, … Continue reading

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