Monthly Archives: February 2014

listening to maxine kumin

dear maxine i should have read your works over the years instead of receiving in the mail the notice of your death before i found the art you cleverly buried in an old eastern farmhouse… breaking out        you and ms. … Continue reading

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runaway train

in tiny town                   the line between lunacy and humor is filament thin…     moving   striving   pushing   nudging and jostled daily by strangers coming and going in this station       we now find a small minded  young woman mistakenly given a taste   of … Continue reading

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the consequences of rain

our land here      has suffered dry and brittle as old bones          parched with a deadly thirst for, instead of a winter’s rainfall our once well-tended gardens have succumbed to repeated icy mornings        and bitter, deadening            moisture-less chills… in the last … Continue reading

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