Monthly Archives: October 2018

Summer Solstice

The hedge pods, lime green, hang in clusters like beans six to twelve feet above ground. Spindly shoots swoop-up off gnarled, woody stocks thick as my forearms. Insects, unseen, buzz-ring in my ears unperturbed by the lonely hound barking nonstop, … Continue reading

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DILLON GHOSTS REVISITED

I walk this rutted alley from The Club to Skeet’s Cafe with my son, dogging my grandpa’s hill-climbing heel, my old man’s voice in my head talking about my long dead punch-happy uncle whose clothes I still wear.   I … Continue reading

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