Monthly Archives: May 2015

Cataract

thistle stalks with silvery thorns not yet turned iron in the summer heat the  explosion of a buckeye’s start poppies close up after hours helicopters go on a spree a robin squats in a squirrel’s nest weekenders no longer melt in the distance leaving her drenched … Continue reading

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24-Hour Fitness

Ellipticals, treadmills, exercise bikes, pick my way through a forest of equipment gauge how close or far I wish to be from monitors displaying talk shows, cooking programs, sports, news, no intelligence, mute turned on, stake out a machine near … Continue reading

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