Monthly Archives: May 2016

Blackbirds

BLACKBIRDS How little they take from life how much they give a few worms from your soil and in return each summer dusk they fill with music more endlessly inventive than a hundred Bachs and Beethovens in black tie coats … Continue reading

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The Heart’s Labyrinth

Last night I dreamt of the islands of forgotten loves half Venice half Morocco I followed and ran through labyrinthine streets always losing glimpses caught of those I’d left behind in life whose feelings I hadn’t guessed or whose words … Continue reading

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