Monthly Archives: July 2020

Nostalgia is Disappointing

Twenty years ago I had a fine affair Online We never met Rarely talked on the phone It was literary Strictly apex and exotic. It ended of course In due course and I Was sad for a time But tossed … Continue reading

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I Need Some Air

My husband used to say I didn’t Understand him, that I had no clue About the mysteries of his soul The pain he suffered in this world. In response I was querulous and confused So tell me I said Explain … Continue reading

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Hollyhocks

Hollyhocks have been growing Outside my kitchen window For fifty years. Even Before my house was built They flourished next to the shack That stood in its place. Tall blossoms with carnivorous dinner plate smiles In yellow white and ruby … Continue reading

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