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Taste and See 

The day’s spilled overlike a tipped cup of honied tea, and we’ve run out of words. Of time.  The moon: a lemon lollyor a wintergreen lozenge we long to melt on hungry tongues.  :: In November, we poem.

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on withholding info from a distant sun

  Tell all the truth but tell it slant –Emily Dickinson  :: that certain slant of light doesn’t tell us much,and since we can’t touch its warmth the whole  truth is not yet known. they tell you we revolve,that it absolves … Continue reading

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