Monthly Archives: August 2012

Let the Sighs Begin

Let the Sighs Begin   You might feel a gradual welling up of pleasure, or boredom, or misery. Whatever the emotion, it’s more abundant than you ever dreamed. You can no more contain it than your hands can cup a … Continue reading

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An Exercise on Grief

An Exercise on Grief       Waking on Sunday Morning My boyfriend’s cell phone vibrated on the nightstand next to his bed. It’s early Sunday morning. I’m able to tell the approximate time by the amount of refracted light that … Continue reading

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Across the Street

  Across the Street   The man in the house across the street is dying. I began to notice it two years ago when he suddenly stopped coming around to do chores such as raking, fixing electrical outlets that weren’t … Continue reading

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