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Coquí Finds His Voice

Now as then, on Borikén, an island in the Caribbean Sea, an amphibian is always singing; the frog says his name “Coquí!” Coquí sang with pride on a branch outside, and wove the night together. His faith abides in his … Continue reading

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Crossings, #tbt

“What will you promise each other?” I was wrestling with these feelings, this question. I typed a text that I didn’t send, which read “I promise I won’t abandon you. I promise I need you.” I was a woman standing … Continue reading

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Starchild 

“Odd, he thought as he looked at the stars, that they filled him with mystery, yet felt so familiar. Their song was the song of his life.” Continue reading

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Dark Lights

An introduction, perhaps. Continue reading

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