Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Slow Boring of Hard Covers

At thirty-five I find I can read poetry. And this: that I care to. My father read and wrote poetry. He professed love for the sonnet’s confinement while he read Plath to my mother’s displeasure listened to Dylan at home … Continue reading

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Axiom derived from encounters with destitute persons

This person can’t wait for me to get my thinking straight. This person can’t afford the consequences of hasty, uninformed, ill-considered actions on my part. I will be stuck in this tension as long as I keep thinking about or … Continue reading

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