Tag Archives: Impermanence

Unpoem — Impermanence

This is an unpoem about unpractice. Yesterday, in Starbucks, a woman with a toddler sat at my table. The child was adorable, the mother attentive and caring, a pleasure to watch. I thought of saying, “This is a cliche, you’ve … Continue reading

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Hurricane Tail

The rain has moved on, the floods subsided, now left with the hurricane tail, I walk along a roadway because when, when will I have this chance again to experience such a day, of steel blue clouds meandering across the … Continue reading

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