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Haiku for the week: 08/29/14 – 09-/05/14

Once we walked into September, its sudden portal gave us autumnal mildness we couldn’t quite trust. We wander as if we’d always worn layers, furtively comparing our ruse with our neighbors’ purposeful strides down enleafed sidewalks. The heat bugs (whose … Continue reading

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Haiku of the week: 07/04/14 – 07/10/14

I have some new worlds for you to visit. These poems are adventuresome and discordant collages for you to try on… 07/04/14 history of an abandoned dependence teal-arced window eyes x-raying my smuggling salty-fingered stance; sand-blasting graveyards tended by invasive … Continue reading

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Haiku for the week: 05/31/14 – 06/05/14

I love summer thunderstorms with their brazen power taking up the entire sky, scrubbing at the earth, putting us all in our place. We’ve been waking up to pummelled tree branches along the humid streets; proof of the beatings we … Continue reading

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Haiku for the day 04/20/14

As I seem to be a bit more chipper today, and am only weaving like the mildly drunk, play-acting at getting smashed, I am also play-acting as though I have the energy to live a regular grown-up day – at … Continue reading

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March 7 2013

When I was in high school and college I used to have nightmares about tornadoes (not uncommon for a girl who grew up in Kansas); I would be somewhere safe and calm, but they’d always be in the distance closing … Continue reading

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