Monthly Archives: February 2012

Night and Day of a Dreamer

Every now and then I dream about you. Tonight you play a central role. You tell me you like the way my hair smells as we walk together down the empty hall towards our designated offices at work. I clutch … Continue reading

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Lakes in Winter

A frozen lake unfolds and spreads between us. I see it almost like curdling milk, three drops of lemon juice and the milk ruffles in clouds, thick and opaque and white. I stand on one shore, you on the other, Gray … Continue reading

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The Thaw

Remember the way it Felt in your lungs that winter? The harshness of it all As you took in the frozen air? Remember how it Would tighten up your throat As you gasped it down, but Once it was down … Continue reading

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Treasures

“I don’t want this anymore,” she said pointedly, her hand held out to him. Her palm and fingers, curved like a soft, round seashell, held a weighty, vital object that did not quite fit into the bowl of her hand. … Continue reading

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