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Front Row

Leaving the theater soft rain falling marine air wafting, gliding. & front row seating to breathe in a little summer love

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With Great Abandon, Anticipating the Moment of Becoming Unabandoned

You’ve abandoned me. Not in the ‘left without a word’ sort of abandonment & not the sayonara auf wiedersehen walking out the back door lost in translation, sort of abandonment This abandonment has nothing to do with your intent I … Continue reading

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The Princess Escapes

Chapter I The princess had been lonely a long time. He had cast a rather potent spell all those years ago that kept her captive within those cold tower walls. She could see out the window, see the country, the … Continue reading

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Conversations with My Son: Take 1

Noah: What have you been doing all morning? Me: Emulating John & Yoko. Noah: What?! Breaking up the greatest band of all time? Me: No, staying in bed, eating chocolate cake, giving peace a chance. Or, at least the staying … Continue reading

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Unrequited Love & Other Hobbies

“White Rabbit Folly” is an ode to unrequited love, saluting the optimism of those hopeless (hapless?) romantics amongst us.

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A String of Pearls

‘The Bay Bridge’ poem is a reminder of one of the loveliest evenings of my life. The lights of the bridge, graceful, like a string of pearls, an indelible image.

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