Monthly Archives: May 2018

brothers, part 6

I found your letter in my mailbox today You were just checkin’ if I was okay And if I still miss you Well you know what they say Just once in a very blue moon And I feel one comin’ … Continue reading

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chalk mark in a rain storm

Chalk art offers a good lesson. Life doesn’t last forever. Make it colorful while you can.

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come on home

i walk into the living room. mo is watching some show on michael murphey. she asks if that’s MY michael murphey. sorta, i say. he wasn’t really mine after he left austin. and dear god never make me hear wildfire … Continue reading

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subdivision

I remember the first time I saw someone Lying on the cold street I thought: I can’t just walk past here This can’t just be true But I learned by example To just keep moving my feet It’s amazing the … Continue reading

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making pies

5 a.m. Here I am Walking the block To TableTalk You could cry or die Or just make pies all day. I’m making pies — patricia j. griffin

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hey! wait! i’ve got a new complaint.

I’m so happy. ‘Cause today I found my friends. They’re in my head. — the prophet Cobain He’s staring at me. It was a weird day at the track. A woman was running the wrong direction. The Kid on the … Continue reading

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oj and blue dozer

OJ is a 12-year-old dachshund who is blind and can’t be left alone. His best friend and guide dog is a 6-year-old pit bull, Blue Dozer. I read their tale while editing our paper in Virginia last week. I love … Continue reading

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