Monthly Archives: March 2017

Frozen Thaw

Six lines split the world.  Their import holds the trees at bay on either side and clears a path below. Above, as if intentionally framed by this electric fissure, the perfect straightedge of a half moon glows. The morning sun … Continue reading

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Daylight savings

What are these rope-things going to bring? Wait up now, I think I’m on the brink. The puppet reached up and touched a string; Wow now look how I dance and sing! I wound the clocks to set the day, … Continue reading

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Naming

We believe the idea of a butterfly effect not because we see it reflected in our natural surroundings, but primarily because we feel it’s truth flowing through the currents of our own lives. Every event in our youth is a … Continue reading

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Photosynthesis

Two takes on the feeling of laying under a tree. Continue reading

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