Monthly Archives: February 2015

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Creeping slowly upon you Never noticing its arrival The aches constantly remind you It’s almost too much to bear The darkness envelopes you Overwhelms you, becomes you Like a thick fog it invades your mind It’s almost too much to … Continue reading

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The Clay Puppet

 Clay. It can be so soft. Warm in your hands as you knead it. Press it. An impression visible. A fingerprint. Lines curved…one after the other…a layer…creating a pattern. Shape it into whatever you want it to be. Flatten it … Continue reading

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Go Down the Rabbit Hole: A Writer’s Manifesto

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1. You are the work. The work is you: both an articulation of the self and a possibility for self-reflection. Be honest in creation: allow yourself to bleed into the work, but also…

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Only if I could exceed those Limits

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Like Mother, Like Daughter: On Genes and Responsibility

Like Mother, Like Daughter: On Genes and Responsibility.

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Like Mother, Like Daughter: On Genes and Responsibility

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Image courtesy of Dwight Pounds Image courtesy of Dwight Pounds Driving the plane tree-canopied Roman roads of southern France with my parents last week, I noticed in my peripheral vision that my mom,…

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FULL OF INTERESTING – Part 2

Ivan checked out the flat. There’s a small town close by that we can walk to and see if they can pump up the tire. I looked at Ivan with lips pursed and raised eyebrows. Okay then, shall we start pushing? … Continue reading

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