Monthly Archives: June 2012

We Watched a Mystery on TV in Your Hospital Room

Books UPS taped and labeled, my proxy before I landed in Shreveport where a shunned bullet path stuttered like a roman candle, and a bag of chips fell from a vending machine waiting to be rescued. The footage shows your … Continue reading

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North Lake Merritt Bench Crone

She sits on a bench wearing a carved tree resin rose black garbage bag filled with acorns, eucalyptus leaves, her bandages of flesh. Whatever she finds she stuffs into her hotch-potch pot, plastic water bottles discarded after a three-mile run, … Continue reading

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Always

Last night I crossed the condo‚Äôs parking lot, caught my towel on an open metal gate soaked in a Jacuzzi during a lunar eclipse, moonlight spreading in the sky like apple butter. I will always love the shape of your … Continue reading

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