Daily Archives: May 20, 2012


The sky splits open, carves crimson chisels gold lugs its heavy, sacred hues now hewn, to harvest this felled horizon.       Written for a great prompt over at dVerse. (The occupation I chose to verb-vandalize was lumberjack.)

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Pens and Needles

Spill. Loose your inky heart; splatter stained edge along these lonely wasted, winding trails; unload the baggage of roads not taken shaken loose, stirred blurred borders soon shirred shut.   A double tetractys, written for Imaginary Garden with Real Toads.

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The Long Road to China

The car seat was the hardest. The clothes – heart seizing shades of pink and purple and palest greens – were easy to choose. They’ve known for some time now that she is a girl, age 2. They’ve known her … Continue reading

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