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Three Sheets. Winter. Wind.

.. The sky’s all tipsy-spritzered with rain, and I’ve got something to say and only these three snowy pages and a leaky cobalt pen. Is my two cents worth anything these days? We go (lightning) rounds, thunderclap trapped in ink … Continue reading

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.. I am December’s darker sister, unspangled, halls decked only in hope, resolution, a fugue of fog and chill and willpower oft broken by the halfmark. I am deep in debt and the un -veiled threat of days spooled out … Continue reading

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.. winter falls too soon, and she’s alone with skeletal trees and a cold bone moon.   ..

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