Monthly Archives: December 2017

Plastic Jesus

The plastic crucifix draped with my grandmother’s rosary hung above the dresser in our parents bedroom,   Jesus glued to the cross he’d been knocked off after a drunken tumble my father took the night   his forehead caught the … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS, HELL

I can’t even find time to write the irrelevant, irreverent form letter, for Christ’s sake, let alone wax poignantly about peace & joy, chestnuts or snow, those memories in slo-mo of dark mornings we danced across freezing wood floors to … Continue reading

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The Glass

warps our reflections we keep on eating more or less drink more sleep less pay attention to the dirty truth the word success dancing to the tick talk of the wind the prattle chatter of animal wisdom a party line … Continue reading

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