Monthly Archives: January 2020

Enough

The frenetic squirrels in the fall exhaust me. Their maddening and single-minded focus. They will never be sated by all the acorns they bury, only to forget. How do you know when you’ve done enough? It can’t be when the … Continue reading

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Advent

In the expectation there was a pain so subtle and poignant: a frigid flutter passing quickly only to return, later, with a gasping force. You could just see the end where we started. From the shore, I watched for a … Continue reading

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