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Late Winter Thaw

We shed our heavy coats on sunny days above freezing Forget last autumn’s shivering in parkas at the same temperature Recipe for another variant still a month from the equinox yet behaving like it’s all over (For Sammi Cox’s Weekend … Continue reading

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Partially Vaccinated

And somehow we’re already on our third Two-for-Tuesday prompt of the month. This is the one that shows up each and every April. For this Two-for-Tuesday prompt from Robert Lee Brewer’s Write Better Poetry blog: Write a love poem and/or…Write … Continue reading

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Four Images

Four Images Waking up seasickin my land-locked bed I can still smell my wineyet it lacks flavor Sitting still feelslike giving up The vaccine comes too latefor far too many

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Moriarty I’ve got a roommatean old tomcatdon’t know his namebut I call him Moriartyhe doesn’t seem to mind We used to leave the apartmenttogether after twilightgo about our separate businessesin back alleysand dank clubs We’d usually returnaround dawn— drunkmissing a … Continue reading

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