Monthly Archives: January 2015

Requiem for Blue, a story

It’s been ten years since I drove through that neighborhood and ran across the old man, sitting in the window and staring out into the bleak winter street. Ten years, and I can still remember him as clearly as if … Continue reading

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Two Poems — “Sound of Sorrow” and “They don’t allow no moustaches in Kalispell, Montana”

Sound of Sorrow There is a sound, and it is heartbreaking. It is the sound of a mother wailing the loss of a child. It doesn’t matter how her child was lost; what matters is that her child is dead. … Continue reading

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