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Once Crystal

at twenty for study or to pass the time your eyes wander perhaps through a book without hesitation and unhindered but after a score or a little more you no longer distinguish the wood for the trees but the book … Continue reading

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I Knew His Older Brother

one monday morning travelling by train reading Robert Bolano’s The Romantic Dogs i thought of Him “Terry” it was the summer of ’75 or ’76 after 37 years a year makes little difference i knew his older brother “Alan i … Continue reading

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Across My Ribcage

fours benches in a rose garden seats a maximum of one the temperature is rising licking twenty degrees celsius or more a city park, crowded i hear the sound of traffic cracking concrete there is a quartet playing in the … Continue reading

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