Monthly Archives: August 2015

Manifesto

Looking into the future is kind of like looking into . . . what? What do you see when you look down that “pathway” in the center of the painting. What do you conjure up? For me, this Manifesto, which … Continue reading

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Three poems

Small-town on the road between Kushiro and Sapporo Two tall Japanese pines and flowers surround this old, tumble-down house where no one lives. Snowbird Today the old red macaw is on his perch munching seeds as the arctic wind whips … Continue reading

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Family, a prose poem

— for Pinckney Eve I would never have known we were related had you not told me. The conclusion, at which you arrived the moment we met, must have come from some deep well of wisdom that is only just … Continue reading

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