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Reprint: Aita (José María de Orbe, 2010)

As I mentioned last week, over the course of the next month or so I’m planning to (re)post some pieces that were written for the original  1,556 more words

World Cinema

New Craftsy Kit!

Yahoo! Finally another finish I can share!

This particular quilt I designed back in June and made in August, using Tula Pink’s True Colors and Birds and Bees remix. 419 more words

Finished Quilts

They Ate Licorice

Good afternoon.
Leaving early her convex desk.
Traffic lights conspire in her favor as she walks home.
Noises of various cars create chord progressions.
There are petunias springing where asphalt cracks. 273 more words

Poetry

Two Days Later You Will Decide You Will Not Return to the U.S.

I cut in line to buy you fresh alpine cheese.

Our train leaves in two minutes.

For the first time in a decade
you will visit your native town, 173 more words

Poetry

First Snow

If I met your eyes across the table,
one passing of a salt shaker
would have made our blood run forever warmer.

Walking through Prospect Park, 316 more words

Poetry

Hope

We spent the day wiping dust off video cameras,
exchanging stories, associating words.
You liked seasons, hated LA for its endless summer.
Your family had roots in Oceania. 449 more words

Poetry