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Old Poem; Old Memories; Older Habits

Ten years ago around this steamy time of year, I was engaged. Unless I really dig deeply in the fecund soil of pettiness, I cannot say anything bad about her. (In fact, all I can say is that I regret … Continue reading

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A Relationship Contained within Blog Entries and/or Dreams

One frustration in dating a writer may be that while that person may often be unable/unwilling to vocalize his/her thoughts in conversation, he/she will have little difficulty/compunction publishing them for the world to read. Even more frustrating, perhaps to someone … Continue reading

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Two in One Day

More rambling for you. This is a bit longer than the last two, but I was on a roll. Writing and speaking. I must be in a manic stage. Fun fact: I still have not learned to time beginning my … Continue reading

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Always a Pace or Two Ahead of Us

“Perhaps, I thought, while her words still hung in the air between us like a wisp of tobacco smoke–a thought to fade and vanish like smoke without a trace–perhaps all our loves are merely hints and symbols; a hill of … Continue reading

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The Entrance of Suffering

“Man has places in his heart which do not yet exist, and into them enters suffering, in order that they may have existence.” ~Leon Bloy In Lawrence Durrell’s Justine, the first of The Alexandrian Quartet tetralogy, the narrator recalls having once been told, … Continue reading

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