Monthly Archives: May 2014

Maya died today

Maya died todayand with hera voice of                            affliction                                   injustice      … Continue reading

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Mother’s Music

Shubert’s 9th on the turntable, one of a few classical albums, along with Brahm’s German Requiem and Handel’s Water Music Suites, graced a primarily country and bluegrass collection assembled by my father. These were your treasures, mother, music you loved, … Continue reading

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run with me

come run with me with abandon like the wind carried us away as barefoot children through waves of wheat and spider webs feel the glee of running free on trails over hills rocks and roots unencumbered unplugged disconnected though now … Continue reading

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Write by the Rails

I decided one day to see if I could write right right by rails, so I set a up lawn chair right by the rails and commenced writing only to find that the distraction of hundreds of tons of blurred … Continue reading

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