Monthly Archives: August 2014

Postcard from Sanibel

A shell seeker who bends down from the waist,
nipples bid the wind good day Continue reading

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Ile de Plaisir

Let us sing of heroes, inducted into a land of zombies,
vampires, crooked cops, drug dealers, military forces of occupation,
each room set up to teach another cruelty of the human heart Continue reading

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Robin Williams Plays a Homeless Man

what a Chabad past telephone poles to the top of the World Trade Tower brought me back down to earth thinking it wasn’t me who blew out the candles Continue reading

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Email to Benjamin Netanyahu in Response to Gaza

My port-a-potty, but right now not feeling proud being related to Sarah, Rachel and Miriam, daughter of Lilith, member of an ancient tribe Continue reading

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Email to Ann on Data Security Week

Data security week, I celebrate by taking my computer to lunch Continue reading

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Glenda the Good Witch at the Craps Table

There are no more brooms to burn.
No more truncated truces. Continue reading

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