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BROWN AND BUMBling

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smelling their way around

busy collecting pollen

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stripy

((serving their queen))

honey on my spoon… 44 more words

Literature

Cancerian

I remember the salty sand sea
of the day we hunted for crabs Dad.
How come it has taken time.
For me to understand

that sometimes… 74 more words

Literature

Found poetry

An assignment from high school English class:

Night by Elie Wiesel “Found” Poetry

            “It was pitch dark. I could only hear the violin, and it was as though Juliek’s soul were the bow. 186 more words

Good Friday

This has been my lesson this past year: it is not possible to out run God. No matter the distance you try to put between yourself and God (how far west you try to ride), you can’t get away.GOOD-FRIDAY, 1613, RIDING WESTWARD. 1,025 more words

Literature

Karate Chop - Dorthe Nors

Fifteen stories in eighty-eight pages and it’s called Karate Chop? Pictures spring to mind of sharp-edged minimalism, the jolt of the unexpected. I had high hopes for this collection, the first English publication of Danish author Dorthe Nors (translated by Martin Aitken for Graywolf Press). 937 more words

Book Reviews

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Gabriel Garcia Marquez is dead.  Across the chasm of the unshared that separates me from him, I see a firing squad, feel the memory of ice, chill on my skin.   171 more words

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